WATERFALLS OF THE KANCAMAGUS HIGHWAY
The Kancamagus Highway (NH 112) in New Hampshire is perhaps New England's finest scenic drive. This fully-paved road winds its way through one of the premier areas of the White Mountain National Forest for about 35 miles, connecting I-93 in Lincoln to NH 16 in Conway. Along this route are scenic vistas, numerous trailheads to backcountry ponds and 4000-foot mountain summits, and several excellent waterfalls and swimming holes.
This page focuses on all of the waterfalls and swimming holes found on the Kancamagus Highway. All distances listed below assume you are driving east from I-93/Lincoln to NH 16/Conway.
MILE 5.3: FRANCONIA FALLS
MILE 5.3: THIRTEEN FALLS
MILE 19.8: SABBADAY FALLS
MILE 24.8: CHAMPNEY FALLS
MILE 26.4: ROCKY GORGE
MILE 30.2: LOWER FALLS
OTHER NEARBY WATERFALLS
In addition to the waterfalls accessible from the Kancamagus Highway, there are more waterfalls close to both ends of the highway:
Diana's Baths, North Conway
Glen Ellis Falls, Jackson
Liberty Cascade, The Flume, Lincoln
Agassiz Basin, Woodstock
The Basin, Lincoln
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