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As I take the day off after Thanksgiving to recoup from days of cooking, I thought I would share more pictures and videos from our New Hampshire hiking trip. Glen Ellis Falls was more of a walk than a hike but it has a beautiful waterfall with a height of 64 feet! If you visit the presidential range of NH, I would recommend that you visit this waterfall. My only warning is you need to navigate slate stairs that can be a bit wet. Plus this area had damage from hurricane Irene and areas were under repair. The wooden handrails were a bit shaky and they advised not to use them. But after some of the hikes we completed, this one felt like a walk in the park!

Below is the sign that is next to this falls.

The below picture is from the top of the falls. It is a beautiful area that you can see for miles. It was just an amazing view!

It is always difficult to capture the beauty of NH in pictures. The below videos hopefully provides a better view of what we witnessed plus the sounds of the falls! For such an easy walk, we were rewarded with so much beauty!

On Our Way to Glen Ellis Waterfalls NH Part 1

We Arrived at Glen Ellis Waterfalls Part 2

At the Base of Glen Ellis Waterfalls

Greg NH Video Glen Ellis Falls

A View from the Bridge of Glen Ellis Waterfalls

2 thoughts on “New Hampshire Hiking Trip: Glen Ellis Falls

  1. writer77 says:

    My beloved spaniel nearly went ears over tail into Glen Ellis some years ago; fortunately I was a bit faster than she was! Great post; wonderful photos!

    1. Bernice says:

      Oh how horrible! I am glad you got to her first! I could see how that could happen. It was a bit slippery on those rocks. It was such a beautiful view from both the bottom of the falls and from the top. I love those endless views!

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