At the entrance of the Fraconia Notch State park in Lincoln New Hampshire you'll find the Flume Gorge. From there you can explore a few hundred-thousand acres of wilderness...if every direction. I93 to exit 34 /Flume.
The water pounds through this narrow gorge after a heavy rain...the boardwalk stays up from May till late October before being disassembled for the winter.
Bridal Veil falls.
A hidden hiking trail not frequented by many lies just north of the Notch...beyond the Cannon Mountain ski area and the public beach on Echo lake part of the state park system here in New Hampshire. This hike can be found on any decent trail map or if you search the Internet for Bridal Veil Falls, it will be worth the easy (safe for a beginner hike. You'll find the trail head along rte 116 in Franconia...but you have to look for it.
North Woodstock NH. Where I live there are a couple of places I like to pull over and roam in to the woods.
The last waterfall is from a small brook, fed by a pond out in the White Mountain National Forest. Like all the others there is no industry or land development up stream from the source and that means there is nothing man-made introduced in to the water on it's way down. Just the rain mixing with the rock and soils it passes over on it's way south and ultimately to the Atlantic ocean.
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