WATERFALLS NEAR BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT
The waterfalls listed below are the best waterfalls that are close to the Brattleboro, Vermont area. Each of these is within a 30-minute drive of downtime Brattleboro (which, I should add, is quickly becoming one of the trendiest small towns in New England).
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JELLY MILL FALLS
This series of small falls lies only feet from one of southern Vermont's busiest roads, VT 30.
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This nearly vertical falls can actually be seen as you are driving along VT 30 (look to the west). It is located literally right around the corner from Jelly Mill Falls, although it is fed by a different stream.
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This roadside falls can only be viewed from the road, as the falls are located on private property and many NO TRESPASSING signs are visible.
SACKETTS BROOK FALLS
Less than 0.1 mile hike one-way (easy)
Vermont is full of small pockets of conservation land, and Sacketts Brook Falls is a fine example, On four visits here over the years, I've never seen another person here.
Chesterfield, New Hampshire
0.7 mile loop (easy/moderate)
The falls here are just a bonus to the rugged gorge found here.
BEAVER BROOK FALLS
Keene, New Hampshire
0.6 mile hike one-way (easy)
Enjoy the extremely leisurely walk to these falls. Only a few miles from downtown Keene.
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