The following is a list of all cascades and waterfalls in Massachusetts that have been visited and reviewed. For information on additional waterfalls in Massachusetts that have not yet been visited, click here: Other Waterfalls in Massachusetts
Directions and trail information to most of the waterfalls listed below is further detailed in the guidebook: New England Waterfalls: A Guide to More Than 400 Cascades and Waterfalls!
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OTHER WATERFALLS IN MASSACHUSETTSClick here to see a list of all other known waterfalls in Massachusetts. I ultimately hope to visit and document all of these waterfalls for this website.
GUIDEBOOKS TO GET YOU THEREHere are the best guidebooks currently on the market that will help lead you to waterfalls in Massachusetts. Click on any book to read reviews and/or purchase the book on Amazon.com.
Bash Bish Falls, Mount Washington, Massachusetts
Chapel Falls, Ashfield, Massachusetts
Doane's Falls, Royalston, Massachusetts
Lulu Cascade, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Trap Falls, Ashby, Massachusetts
Stafford Brook Cascade, Colrain, Massachusetts
Falls on the Overbrook Trail, Lenox, Massachusetts
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