|so pretty, view from the deck|
This waterfall is the most photographed waterfall in Vermont and it is easy to see why. The location is very easy to get too and you have a designated trail. From all of the research that I have done, you are not supposed to swim in the waterfall. I haven't seen signs posted on the multiple trips that we had been there. Basically, swim at your own risk!
Once you have arrived at the falls, there is a nice sized parking area. I've been to the falls on different occasions and have never had an issue with parking, even in the winter. You can walk up the wooden trail to the falls and have a peek. You will not be disappointed. They are absolutely stunning.
|wooden bridge/trail to the waterfall|
Finally, you will come to the waterfall and you won't be disappointed.
During our trips here, we saw a ton of people; some of the people were just there to have fun in take in the falls and others were there in a professional capacity. Remember this is the most photographed waterfall in Vermont.
My kiddos loved climbing on the rocks and trying to explore the area. There are some flat areas in which you could have a picnic or sunbathe.
|the rocks that frame the waterfall|
|the base of the waterfall|
|Pumpkin took this picture, she said the water made the rocks look cool!|
|rocks along the river|
|tree stump during our hike around the waterfall.|
It isn't Vermont if you don't see a barn or a covered bridge, as as you are leaving the waterfall you see both.
Enjoy your hike.