Diana's Baths is a 1.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near North Conway, New Hampshire that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Distance: 1.3 miles Elevation Gain: 114 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dog friendly

kid friendly

hiking

walking

forest

river

waterfall

snow

closed

fee

This trail is experiencing full or partial closure due to COVID-19. Please see the open trails nearby for alternate hiking options. Dianas Baths are a must see if you are in the North Conway area and want to experience nature at its finest. Dianas baths lie along Lucy Brook in Bartlett which is fed from Big Attitash Mountain. During the summer the baths are a great place for children and grown-ups alike to enjoy the tranquility of nature, and explore the many rocks, ledges, cascading falls and pools in the brook. The cascading falls measure Aprox. 75 feet in total height. The hike to Dianas Baths is a fairly easy 6/10ths of a mile on a relatively flat, wide gravel path. Being part of the US National Forrest System, there is a large parking lot at the entrance to the hiking path and a self service pay station which requires visitors to purchase and display a daily pass on the dashboard your vehicle. This daily pass (currently $3.00 per day) may be used at other national Forrest sites as well. Dogs are allowed along the trails, but owners must clean-up after their pets.

hiking
4 days ago

Nice quick 10 minute in, 10 minute out hike. The baths are beautiful and it’s easy to do with kids!

hiking
5 days ago

Beautiful scenery really short little hike but worth the drive. We were really surprised on how big the falls was and how far back it went. Would love to go again also it’s dog friendly !

hiking
8 days ago

Re-opened! Super easy trail that leads to some stunning views of the pools and falls. Got there before noon and the traffic was pretty low, but that started to pick up once we were leaving and lots of large families were showing up to hike/swim. Would love to return when it's a little warmer to swim, but the water was a bit too chilly for more than a quick foot soak.

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bugs
8 days ago

They’re open! Hiked 5/24/20. No parking fee for Memorial Day weekend. Beautiful falls, but SUPER crowded, no one minding their social distance! We walked the path that follows the river.. less people that way and we were able to sit and enjoy the river and the day.

hiking
12 days ago

Newly re-opened. Everyone was maintaining appropriate social distances. Not yet buggy or muddy!!

walking
15 days ago

trail head was open this passed weekend. no bugs, trail was clean and scenic. waterfalls were crowded. definitely one of my favorites.

hiking
closed
1 month ago

Trailhead closed as of 4/23. Lots of other trails are open within a few minutes drive.

hiking
1 month ago

Easy wide trail with benches along the way to rest at. Bathrooms and payment tower closed right now. Falls are breathtaking and can’t wait to go back in warmer weather to swim in the clear water. Lots of fun rock climbing if you’re interested too.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

Love this trail! Hiked over the weekend and there were more people than expected. Crowds kept their distance though. Still a bit of snow on the ground but very manageable

hiking
1 month ago

We hiked this on Easter and thought it could have been extremely busy or really quiet ! Much to our surprise there were only a handful of cars in the parking lot! Conditions were ok, little patches of snow still at points where the sun just isn’t hitting it but we were fine walking the trail with just our Columbia Hiking Boots ! Highly suggest this trail and there is lots of space at the falls to keep socially distant! Happy Hiking !

Late winter hike. 2.5 miles out and 2.5 back. Only recorded the way back. Plus forgot to shut off. I’m old. Ha. Really pretty (River, snow covered trees), water falls) and easy hike. More like a nice long walk in the woods. Most folks stop 1/2 mile in where Dana’s falls are. It’s pretty. But it’s nice to continue as well. Stay along the River. Keep left. A different trail goes off to the right. Two more tails at the 2.5 mike point. Could be a long hike if you wanted.

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1 month ago

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icy
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2 months ago

hiking
icy
2 months ago

recorded Diana's Baths

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icy
snow
2 months ago

Nice short hike very popular

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail, and easy trails to follow. The river and creeks follow the trail beautifully. I hiked in March with my dog, so it was very cold and the trail was all ice but with spikes it wasn’t a problem.

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fee
icy
muddy
off trail
rocky
scramble
snow
2 months ago

Very energetic space.

hiking
2 months ago

Went early March. Micro spikes or some traction is recommended. Easy hike on a beautiful day.

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icy
muddy
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2 months ago

Beautiful views and a very easy hike!

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