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Diana's Baths, North Conway
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In White Mountain National Forest, look for Diana's Baths, a 23 m (75 ft) long cascade of pools and waterfalls. Historically used to power mills and a dam with turbines, the falls became attractive to tourists. Today the area is a destination suitable for families, where you can explore the rocks, ledges, cascading falls, and pools. Water levels vary according to season and rainfall; you can wade through areas when water levels are low. Pets are welcome. To get there, you'll need to take a short 1 km (0.6 mi) trail to the base of the falls along a fairly flat gravel path. Make Diana's Baths a centerpiece of your North Conway vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our North Conway trip itinerary builder.
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  • was driving by and saw the sign so we decided to take a look. we were on a driving vacation across New England and wanted to see all we could see. parked the car and paid the fee and walked the trail....  more »
  • There is a good sized car park and its only about half a mile walk from there to the Baths themselves which are a series of stepped rocks. We were unfortunate to visit when there had been a relatively...  more »
  • Lovely walk, beautiful views. I'm not very fit but I still managed to get to the top, which is well worth it for the views. 
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  • Great location for trail walking. Brought my dog there as well with the family and we had a great time. Paths were well established and it was a. Easy walk until near the baths, which is a series of layers of rocks and waterfalls. The climb of the falls was very nice and the water was very clear. Some parts of the rocks has running water whereas others are dry during my visit. I can imagine during wet seasons it might be fuller and has less dry spots for hopping around.
  • If you have kids with long legs and you can keep up with them, I can't imagine a better place to take them. The baths are gorgeous rock shelves with undulating pools worn into them that are easy climbing the whole way up. It's like a jungle gym was installed in a stream. You could walk along the side paths and be satisfied seeing them from afar before heading over to the nearby lakes and cliffs or you could wear yourself out going up and down the baths without ever having to worry whether you're too far from your car.
  • A beautiful spot to just walk around and see what nature has done over the last few thousand years. I was there in the fall so the leaves were very nice too. A must see in North Conway.
  • Grew up in NH and can't believe I had never been here til now! Easy 15-20 min hike brings you to an incredible area of waterfalls, pools and smooth rocks to explore. Go during the week in summertime for sure. I have heard how packed it gets here, but we were here on a Monday at 1:00pm and it wasn't bad at all. Brought my 14, 11, 9 & 6 year old and they all loved it.
  • Great trail for a hike with the family. I went with my wife, our infant, and our toddler. The trails were easy enough to carry the baby on, and the terrain up the falls was challenging enough to make it fun for my toddler. There's lots of parking, but it fills up quick. We arrived at 10 am, and by the time we left around noon the lot was full with cars parked along the road.