Bingham Falls Trail

EASY 124 reviews

Bingham Falls Trail is a 0.5 mile out and back trail located near Stowe, Vermont that features a waterfall. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 0.5 miles Elevation Gain: 144 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

waterfall

hiking
6 days ago

Quick trail, great views and swimming. Kid approved!

hiking
bugs
7 days ago

Gorgeous!

hiking
bugs
muddy
rocky
scramble
8 days ago

Easy downhill to the falls. All uphill back to the car park. Great swimming hole in summer!

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rocky
19 days ago

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bugs
muddy
rocky
27 days ago

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muddy
rocky
28 days ago

Easy 1/2 mile hike. Trail down to the water was steep, very wet and muddy. I would get there early - when we were finishing our hike around 9:30am the parking area was starting to get full and crowds of people were starting to head down to swim near the falls with their kids.

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

The first part of the trail is nice and easy. To get down to the swimming holes, it gets a bit challenging with a dog on leash. I had my 6.5 month old 74 lbs German Shepherd with me and he did amazing at navigating the easiest path through the rocks. Coming back up from the swimming area was the greatest challenge, but only for the first few minutes where it was steep and rocky. There were so many friendly and helpful people and one guy lifted my dog up over a particularly challenging ledge, and I was super grateful for the kindness of this stranger! We did encounter some well behaved off leash dogs, which caused my dog to bark a few times but no altercations. This was a great way to cool down on a hot day.

hiking
1 month ago

Super pretty and short. The rocks were super slippery though.

Nice Waterfalls! It's all downhill to waterfalls.

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

The trail was short to the top of the falls & it was rocky and uneven. Not a problem for most people, but my 70 year old mother in law needed to go slowly and take an arm to steady herself. You need to scramble down some large boulders to get to the bottom of the falls, and the rocks can be slippery. A very lovely view with ice cold water to chill you out on a hot day!

hiking
2 months ago

Easy trail to the falls. But to see them better you have to go down some steeper banks. The path down is set up like a natural stone staircase that someone took the time to build. Makes it easier to go down and up.

hiking
bugs
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

Falls were beautiful indeed. Lovely trail with well placed steps. Rating of easy applies primarily due to the short length of the trail. At the end, the approach to the water was challenging- had to lift my 65 pound lab down from boulder to boulder to access the lovely pools formed by the falls. A very popular spot.

hiking
2 months ago

Short but sweet! Beautiful views of the falls at the end. Crystal clear water!!

hiking
2 months ago

Quick hike down to cascades then falls. Yes, be careful on rocks.

hiking
3 months ago

Nice little trail. A few rocks to walk down to make it interesting. The falls in running hard and the trail is muddy so it’s a little slippery.

hiking
4 months ago

Little muddy/slippery this time of year, but the water faucet was on full blast making the falls and cascades incredibly awesome.

hiking
rocky
snow
4 months ago

Definitely a steep descent to the falls but definitely worth it. Make sure you have some ice spikes for your boots this time of year. You won’t be able to do it without them.

hiking
10 months ago

Beautiful

hiking
10 months ago

Great quick walk to gorgeous falls.

10 months ago

Beautiful, layers of cascades!

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