Commonly Backpacked · Geological Significance · River/Creek · Views · Waterfall · Wildlife
Need to Know
There are many steep drop-offs; please be exercise caution.
This trail starts from the parking area at Dixville Wayside Park and runs along a short crushed gravel path. After crossing the bridge, the trail turns into a singletrack and turns right. Climb the steep trail past multiple views of the Huntington Cascades.
The trail continues past the upper falls up to a junction with the Cohos Trail. Here, at this junction, the main trail turns right downhill. It turns right and follows along the rim of the cliffside to an excellent view of the notch.
Flora & Fauna
Flora: Labrador-Tea, Mountain Cranberry, Birch.
Shared By: David Smith