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Thankfully, there were no bears

Nice little hike - very well signposted and the route is well looked after without losing its... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
James S
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Cornwall, United Kingdom
Great hike for all ages

This is a popular trail, and no wonder. It’s not too hard of a hike, and has a reward at the end: a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
mcmacguy
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Oceanport, NJ
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Lye Brook Falls Service Road, (Glen Rd., Right at Fork), Manchester, VT
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Went there with my 3 kids ( 5-8 of age) - who did find this trail quite challenging - it took us around 2 and half hours to climb up to the fall. It's a non circular trail so the way back is quite boring...More

Thank yanai2009
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice little hike - very well signposted and the route is well looked after without losing its wilderness feel. It could maybe do with more parking at the trail head, as we went relatively late and still struggled to get a spot.

Thank James S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a popular trail, and no wonder. It’s not too hard of a hike, and has a reward at the end: a real waterfall! I like trails with rewards. Yes, parts are rocky and a little steep, but not as bad as the Healdville...More

Thank mcmacguy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

thank goodness for smart phones. my wife and I are avid hikers, but we aren't always familiar with the hiking in the different places that we go. so, google please tell me about hiking trails. This trail is an old logging trail that is very...More

4  Thank daniel g
Reviewed 19 August 2018 via mobile

It is a bit sad that for quite some sights, parks and waterfalls in New England you need to pay fees. However this is a nice exception. The hike difficulty level is moderate and paths might be muddy in summer. So make sure you wear...More

Thank retpanda
Reviewed 16 August 2018

Beautiful falls. Probably the most beautiful I have seen in New England. The place may be a little crowded on weekends.

Thank skrussneg
Reviewed 7 August 2018

This was a fairly easy hike that is mainly on a rocky path which is nicely shaded by large trees. The path goes byond the easily missed turnoff for the falls, so be sure to look out for it as the falls are not to...More

Thank 2getherwelove2travel
Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

The falls we're dramatic and beautiful, but the hike there is moderate to intense. It's 60% rocky to 40% smooth dirt, the good part is the way back is almost entirely downhill. It took us an hour and a half to get there moving at...More

4  Thank Carolyn R
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Worth the blisters. Got nice and cool as we approached the falls, a welcome change from the muggy weather. Saw plenty of families with kids.

Thank Anne S
Reviewed 27 April 2018

Spring time and the falls were rocking. A must see if you visit Manchester. You'll need good balance and a stick to cross the streams, or mdi-height waterproof boots to walk right through.

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Jennifer M
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Saw a grandma on the trail with two girls 10-12
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Sorry but I haven't visited in winter.
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