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Flume Gorge, Franconia

Categories: Geologic Formations, Historic Walking Areas, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web
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  • We are a European couple (British and German) and stopped in at the Flume Gorge during our New England Road trip stay in New Hampshire. We were not previously aware of it before arriving in the area a...  read more »
  • Highly recommend the Flume Gorge! It is BEAUTIFUL!! There are two routes available - just the flume gorge and a longer, two mile route. Would recommend the longer route. There are a number of beautifu...  read more »
  • With a steep $16 price of admission, this 'natural park' is a bit over rated... I suppose if the water levels were much higher the gushing water right along the boardwalk may be something to see... bu...  read more »
  • One word...awesome! The views are fantastic, the experience is surreal, and the food court is great! Definitely fun for the whole family. There's a bus that will bring you most of the way or you can hike it out for about 1.5 miles!
  • A must see if you're in the area. Would have been a 5 star experience if not for the crowds. PICK A WEEK DAY. The crowds were set on "getting there" instead of experiencing the journey. Plan to take some time to enjoy the hike. And plan appropriately with water and a snack. ENJOY the beautiful woods and read the signs about the Flume's history. I want to go back.
  • Planned a 3 day trip to come see the Flume... Found a pet friendly motel.. then realized that they do not allow dogs ...also $16 each.. Crazy fee .. for an 800 ft long Crack in the earth... I think we paid $25 for our car load to see the Grand Canyon last year... Sad I can't truthfully rate this... Also Zion Canyon has thousands of cracks in the earth for a minimum fee ... for a week!
  • Great accessible walk and a beautiful gorge. Only downside is that it costs over $60 to bring the family on a hike. A little shocking for a walk in a State Park. Still worth it if you want an easy walk with big rewards for not much effort.
  • Amazing views. Truly a gem of the white mountains. Not for people who can't walk uphill for a while, but doable if you're mildly out of shape, and completely worth pushing yourself for.
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