Nice walk across a wetland via an elevated walkway. About a 10 minute walk of of River Road and worth every minute of it. The kids will love it.
We took a walk along Kent Pond (1/4 mile north on Rt 100 from Rt 4) and learned of Thundering Falls from a man working at the Meadows Lodge which is on Kent Pond. It was a pretty long walk from there. The Kent Pond walk is beautiful especially the first 200 yard where you are greeted by a small... More
We went with the whole family. but we did not just do the small trail till the base of the falls. we hiked up the whole mountain till the top. there is a trail to follow. and once on top we hiked down on the side of the falls. We discovered a few more falls not visible from the bottom.... More
The water was not running. But it is a very EASY hike. Once you get on the dirt road the parking area is on your left a short ways down. You can also hike another trail that is a part of the Appalachian Trail right from the falls. Its another short hike.
Moderately easy to find, a small dirt parking lot and a short walk to the trail on a wooden walkway over an open marshy field . The falls are nice with a small wooden platform at the bottom for viewing or you can hike up the hill and find a deep pool or way at the top and over a... More
We wanted to do something quick and easy before going out to dinner on our trip. When I was looking up things to do, I came upon this. I love waterfalls, so I thought hey why not?! The directions to the place are just horrendous on here. The map provided on here gets you 3/4 of the way there. It... More
It wasn't thundering in the middle of August but it was very scenic. We were on a geocaching adventure in Vermont and this is one of the places it took us.
We were a little uncertain of where to find the trail to the falls from the road we came in on and pulled off on the side of a dirt road to a small parking area. We entered the woods here at what looked to be the start of the falls. There was a little swimming hole that we took... More
The entrance is not well marked so getting started is a little difficult. We walked down on the white trail, got to the falls, and took the blue trail (much steeper) back to the top. The falls are pretty; it was worthwhile.
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