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“awesome for handicapped”
Review of Diana's Baths

Diana's Baths
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East Longmeadow, Massachusetts
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45 reviews
8 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 12 helpful votes
“awesome for handicapped”
Reviewed October 25, 2012

We have been coming here for many years. My son is in a manual wheelchair. We love the fact that this is all handicapped accessable. My son had never been in a wooded area before this. It is such a beautiful hike and all paved.Gorgeous waterfalls at the top really worth it.........

Visited October 2012
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Salisbury, North Carolina
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 132 helpful votes
“Easy hike, Worth the stroll through the woods”
Reviewed October 25, 2012

I've made the hike to Diana's Baths several times, and always enjoy it. I really appreciated my most recent trip during the fall. The foliage was beautiful on the trail (none really at the falls), the weather was perfect, and the waterfalls were full.

My GPS doesn't have DB listed, but it's a simple trip from North Conway. As you enter and drive North through town on White Mountain Highway, turn left onto River Road. There is a brown sign on the left for Echo Lake State Park at the intersection, but it's easy to miss. Travel down river road for about one mile, and you'll see the entrance for Echo Lake State Park and Cathedral Ledge on the left. Keep going. The road makes a slight right and then it turns into West Side Road. Keep going for another 1.4 miles and the entrance will be on the left.

Once you park your vehicle, you must pay the $3.00 entrance fee by obtaining an envelope from the pay station. Then it is a simple 0.6 mile walk to the falls. The path is wide, level and easy to navigate. The walk is serene with beautiful scenery - lots of Hemlock, White Birch and Beech trees, and several small streams. I have found the path to be damp in some areas, so I recommend good shoes. Plus you'll want them when you get to the falls so you can explore the rocks.

Once you arrive, it's a splendid view of multiple cascading waterfalls, and the path continues so that you can continue to walk up along them. This trail has always been wet and slippery, so again, good shoes are a must.

There are other much longer trails that branch off, but this easy trip is great for all ages. I have taken some of my most beautiful New Hampshire pictures here.

There are no facilities to speak of here, other than a "restroom".

Visited October 2012
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“Worth the walk.”
Reviewed October 25, 2012

Ranger at the station at the beginning of the Kancamagus suggested we absolutely had to stop and see Diana's Baths and he was right. So glad we took the walk. Just beautiful.

Visited October 2012
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101 reviews
34 attraction reviews
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“nice little stroll”
Reviewed October 25, 2012

This is a pleasant little stroll to some pools/waterfalls not far from town. Worth stopping to see them

Visited October 2012
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Alton, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 80 helpful votes
Reviewed October 19, 2012

we liked the views f the waterfall and its setting. There were very perky squirrels that were quite tame. The walk from the carpark seems longer than advertised but the trees and glades are beautiful

not a trip for a wet or dark day

Visited October 2012
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