Glen Ellis Falls Trail is a 0.4 mile out and back trail located near Gorham, NH that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and cross country skiing and is accessible from June until October.
cross country skiing
Beautiful spot not to be missed. Easy for the kids and a short walk to the falls. Beautiful spot
Short little hike down to the falls, very beautiful! I went off the trail and down the river a little ways, just as beautiful!
Short and simple hike with awesome views
Simple and simply beautiful.......
Big payoff with little effort.
A great short hike to an amazing view of Glenn Ellis Falls. Easy for anyone!
beautiful ..easy hike!
Quick and easy hike if your in that area. You have to park across the street and go through a tunnel that goes under the road to the other side. Then you just follow the path to the 60 plus foot waterfall, simple.
Trail was really easy to get to with signs on the road showing exactly where to park. Trailhead was located about 2 minutes away from Pinkham Notch center. After parking, you follow a very short well marked path to the base of the waterfall. The view is amazing and the sight is beautiful. Overall a very easy trail for all skill levels with a great view at the end. Four stars mostly because the trail has a lot of hikers on it in the daytime, but otherwise highly recommendable.
Great family trail, nice and easy hike with a few stairs to climb with a beautiful waterfall and a couple of swimming holes.
Beautiful waterfall! Not much of a hike but definitely worth a stop if you're driving through the area!
Short walk. Beautiful mountain water fall. We hike around the falls and jumped in the pool below the falls very cold but the kids loved it!!!
Short walk to a high waterfall. Did this in 2000,2001, and 2002. My friends and I jumped off of the ledges into the pool, which was icy cold and sketchy later in the season when some of the rocks are exposed along the edge of the pool.
Best 'Return on Investment' in WMV area. Short and spectacular. Great for kids.
I wouldn't consider this much of a hike, rather a nice short walk to a waterfall. After reading reviews I think I was expecting more, although it was pretty and worth the trip especially if you're looking for something quick or kid friendly.
Another must see at White Mountain if you enjoy waterfalls/streams.