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28 days ago

Pretty easy and great waterfalls!

We took the path less traveled and went straight up. It was difficult, but very rewarding for pushing on.

There is a great parking area with a large map showing all of the surrounding trails. The trail was very well marked. Almost the entire trail is alongside the water with several beautiful waterfalls to admire. I would highly recommend hiking this trail if you’re also a waterfall lover but not so much if you are looking for mountaintop views. Heads up... there were a lot of ticks.
We found 5-6 ticks on our yorkie by the time we made it back to the car and he was wearing tick medicine. Even still I would definitely revisit this trail again.

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4 months ago

Fantastic short trail with breathtaking views on 5 waterfalls, including famous 40-foot "Fall of Song". Just 1,5 mile overloop terrain often called "The little Yosemite of the East" provides great views on some of the most beautifull New Hampshire waterfals: Song of Fall, Briddle Veil Falls, Roaring Falls, Twin Falls and Whittier Falls. Located within the Castle in the Clouds Conservation Area, near Moultonborough. Can be combined with longer Mt.Roberts trail.

I’ve been looking for a good waterfall trail and this was it.

Short, sweet, beautiful walk.

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Friday, August 11, 2017

Nice and easy trail to see waterfalls! Came there at a bad time for photography, but the walk was nice.

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Friday, July 28, 2017

Plenty of sweet waterfalls

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Saturday, July 15, 2017

Walked the trail with our dogs. There was plenty of parking that leads to a few trails. It had rained the day before so the roots and rocks were slippery.

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Nice waterfalls on the trail. Snowshoeing.

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Sunday, November 13, 2016

The trail along the brook is amazing. You pass 5 named waterfalls eventually ending at the 40+ foot tall Fall of Song. We continued following the trail back to the stable area parking area. The hill is quite steep once you leave the Fall of Song area. We took so many pictures it will take me a month to go through them. Beware of horses too.

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