Arethusa Falls

Arethusa Falls was perhaps our favorite waterfall in the White Mountain area, and it might quite possibly be our favorite waterfall in the New England area so far. The falls was tall at a reported…

Silver Cascade

Silver Cascade was one of the few true roadside waterfalls we managed to see during our New England trip in 2013. Given its ease of accessibility, Julie and I remembered seeing numerous other…

Ripley Falls

Ripley Falls was one of the more unique waterfalls I saw in the New England area. What differentiated this one from most of the others was that it featured a slide that somewhat twisted on its way…

Glen Ellis Falls

Glen Ellis Falls was an attractive waterfall that I tried to squeeze in late in the day while the sun hadn’t quite set yet. Even with my late start on the hike just before 5pm in October, I was…

Crystal Cascade

Crystal Cascade was perhaps the one waterfall that totally exceeded my expectations. It was a two-tiered waterfall that possessed a shape and character about it that made it very photogenic…

Sabbaday Falls

Sabbaday Falls was a multi-tiered waterfall twisting within a narrow gorge that was said to be carved out from the last Ice Age. It was said to have a cumulative drop of 35ft though that seemed…

Moss Glen Falls (Granville)

Moss Glen Falls was actually one of two waterfalls by the same name in the same state of Vermont that happened to be the only two waterfalls we visited in the state during our 2013 trip to New…