Snowvillage Inn Waterfall Tours
Looking To Discover New England Waterfalls?
We Have Two Choices, GUIDED OR SELF GUIDED
GUIDED TOUR WITH OUR LOCAL GUIDE & NATURALIST
Snowvillage Inn Waterfall Guided Tour takes folks to the ultimate rock concert tour.
Leave your earplugs at home, this is not a Black Sabbath concert, but a visit to Sabbaday Falls, one of many waterfalls in the White Mountains that are falling over themselves to give you a fist-pumping show.
As the snow continues to melt in NH, spring the prime time for waterfall tours. At the Snowvillage Inn, we make it easy. You will get on the tour bus, sit back, relax and leave the driving to us. Our gold star waterfall “roadie” will drive you to the wild side where waterfalls according to Yankee Magazine are “the ultimate rock concert”. But for this concert, it is a private show.
Mt Washington Valley and the White Mountains offer a host of ideal venues for waterfall viewing. Nowhere in New England are waterfalls as abundant and you will have an “all access” pass. Our rockstar guides will drive you to the perfect spots to be mesmerized by the gushing falls, take you to an amazing waterfall picnic area for lunch and offer fascinating exclusives about each spot. Grab your honey and your camera for this seasonal backstage pass experience like none other! After the weekend, you will sing praises to friends and family about all the good vibrations flowing over the weekend.
“We are off the charts excited to offer this special guided tour to the magnificent waterfalls in the White Mountains and Mt. Washington Valley. After the incredible snow we had this past winter, the waterfalls are fast flowing, stunning and memorable experience,” says Jen Kovach Grammy Award Winning Innkeeper, Owner/Innkeeper at the Snowvillage Inn. “Be sure to call soon to reserve your spot.”
GUIDED PACKAGE INCLUDES:
- 2 Night Stay
- Picnic Lunch
- Guided Tour
- Full country breakfast
PRICING STARTING AT:
$269 per person
SELF GUIDED TOUR
If you prefer the waterfall tour at your own pace, we have a custom waterfall map to follow for your self-guided tour. We’ll be sure to will tell you all the local favorites!
SELF GUIDED PACKAGE INCLUDES:
PRICING STARTING AT:
$159, per person
Check out These New Hampshire Waterfalls
There are three drops in the falls, pretty pools and a pothole formed by the swirling waters and sand. You can’t swim here, but it‘s a great spot for picnics. Directions: Take the Kancamagus Hwy from Conway. The Sabbaday Falls Picnic Area is about 3.5 miles west of where Bear Notch Road joins the Kancamagus Hwy. The falls are a short 0.33-mile hike in.
Glen Ellis Falls
The Ellis River plunges 64 feet to the basin below in a torrent of white water here. Make sure to stop and read the signs that describe the geology and history of the area. Directions: The turn-off to the falls is 0.7 miles south of Pinkham Notch on Route 16. This is also the parking area for the Glen Boulder and Wildcat Ridge Trails. A tunnel takes you to the other side of the highway where you turn right to reach the falls. It’s a relatively easy 0.2-mile walk to the falls.
This is a two-tiered spectacular fall, with a dramatic 60′ wall of water, followed by a 20′ plunge, ending with the river making a 90 degree turn at the bottom. Directions: Park at the AMC Pinkham Notch Camp and take the path on the left of the Trading Post – the Tuckerman Ravine Trail. The falls are a 0.3-mile walk up.
This is actually a series of falls along Thompson Brook at Wildcat Ski Area. The views to Mt. Washington from the highest ledge are worth the trip! Directions: Take Route 16 to Wildcat Ski Area. To reach the falls, take the “Way of Wildcat” Nature Trail from the ski area’s parking lot. At the far end of the trail loop, you’ll find the path to the falls. It’s a 0.7-mile easy trek to the falls.
Measuring in at about 176 feet, these are the highest single falls in New Hampshire. A bonus here is Bemis Brook Falls, Fawn Pool and Coliseum Falls can all be visited at the same time. Directions: Take Route 302 toward Bretton Woods and look for Crawford Notch State Park entrance. Turn onto a paved road just beyond the park and park on the short side road below the railroad tracks. The trail starts to the left of the private road above the RR tracks and it’s about 1.3 miles to the falls (2 miles if you take the trail to Bemis Brook Falls, Coliseum Falls & Fawn Pool).
Flume Cascade & Silver Cascade
These falls are easily viewable from the car, but you can get close for a better look. Directions: On Route 302, just below Crawford Notch Depot.
Ripley Falls & Kendron Flume
An easy hike with swimming holes at the top of the falls and pools upstream. It’s not safe, however, to climb the face of the falls.
Directions: The Arethusa-Ripley Falls trail is off Route 302 at the old Wiley House station.
These are one of the popular watering holes for locals on a hot summer day. Easily accessible, they offer wonderful pools and small falls to cool off under. A few picnic tables nearby offer the perfect spot for a picnic lunch, dinner or cocktail. Directions: Take Carter Notch Road about 3/10 mile from Route 16A in Jackson.
On a full moon night, this is one of the most romantic places in the world. The water supply for the area is located above this, so no access is allowed above, but this series of small falls, and pools offers the perfect place to cool off. You’ll hike about ½ mile in, following a well-marked trail to find them. Directions: Access the trailhead from West Side Rd. about a ½ mile beyond the point where West Side Road turns toward Conway.