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The Lure of NH Waterfalls

Photos and text by Bob LaPree

Apr 20, 2011

New Hampshire has an abundance of waterfalls, both seasonal springtime cascades that disappear as the season progresses and those that flow year round and whose character changes with the season and conditions. While there are falls all around the state thanks to our many rivers and streams and...

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White Mountain Region waterfalls

The Presidential Range and plenty of rain and snow make for the state's largest concentration of waterfalls.

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Monadnock Region waterfalls

Cascading brooks and dramatic falls abound in western New Hampshire.

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Merrimack Valley waterfalls

The Tucker Brook Town Forest is 285 acres of mostly forested, rolling terrain, and provides excellent hikes in all seasons. The Falls Loop (0.7 mi) passes Tucker Brook Falls, also the remains of human activity to harness the water power for milling lumber.

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Lakes Region waterfalls

Bring a picnic lunch and a camera, because this is a very scenic region.

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Great North Woods waterfalls

Stunning waterfalls invite a picnic on a warm afternoon.

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Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region waterfalls

Visit Acworth Gorge in Acworth or Cascading Falls in Wentworth Village.

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