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Diana's Baths, North Conway

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
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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  • Diana's Baths was my favorite spot during our trip. It was very busy, but the trail was easy, and the views were quite tranquil and spectacular. It's definitely worth fighting the crowds to get a look...  read more »
  • Very nice place short hiking I enjoyed it weather was perfect. Special this time of the year, the trees looks beautiful with the colorful colors. 
  • It was a very nice experience to hike going to the baths, climbing around taking pictures and sit to listen to the sounds of nature which made it very relaxing. 
  • 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.
  • Went with 6 and 3 year old boys, they loved it. Tons of small pools to splash around in, waterfalls to stand under. My kids never wanted to leave. About a 15 minute hike to get there but well worth it.
  • Loved it! Beautiful natural waterfalls! The kids were able to swim, slide down and jump off rocks into natural pools. So refreshing!
  • Family member fell and badly injured themselves very easily, with that this place was somewhat not easily accessible. Never going again. Wouldn't go here with little ones.
  • Easy trail and a beautiful place for a picnic. The water is cool at first, but we adapted quickly in the August sun.
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