Waterfalls, White Mountains

Crawford Notch State Park - Ripley Falls during the autumn months. Located along Avalanche Brook in the White Mountains, New Hampshire this is just one of the many waterfalls in the New Hampshire White Mountains. The Arethusa-Ripley Falls Trail travels pass this waterfall.
Ripley Falls – Crawford Notch State Park, New Hampshire

Waterfalls, White Mountains – The White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire is not known for giant waterfalls, but the ones in the region make excellent photography subjects and are fun to explore. They also play an important role in New Hampshire's travel & tourism. Many tourists come to the White Mountains region only to visit the waterfalls.

I am not sure I could pick a  favorite waterfall in the White Mountain National Forest because I enjoy exploring and photographing all of them. I am partial to waterfalls the are off the beaten path such as Ellens Falls, Lafayette Brook Falls, The Other Pitcher Falls, Willey Brook Falls and the many secluded unnamed cascades scattered throughout the region. It is truly is amazing how many "forgotten" waterfalls are in the region.

Kinsman Falls during the autumn months, located along Cascade Brook in Franconia Notch State Park of the White Mountains, New Hampshire.
Kinsman Falls – Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire

The personality of a waterfall in the White Mountain National Forest ranges greatly. And I find the nutty ones make great photo subjects. And the history attached to some waterfalls in the New Hampshire White Mountains could fill a book.

Jackman Falls along Jackman Brook in North Woodstock, New Hampshire USA during the spring months.
Jackman Falls – North Woodstock, New Hampshire

I am always interested in White Mountains related findings, photography subjects, unknown historical sites and waterfalls, etc. so feel free to comment below or send me an email. I respond to all emails as fast as I can.

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Happy image making..


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