Discover the most beAutiful waterfalls


When to visit

If you want to take photos of gushing falls, come in May. If you want to go swimming, come in July. And if you want a dose of fall colors, visit in October!

Lye Brook Falls

Located in Manchester, Vermont. these falls require a round-trip hike of 4.6 miles.

Hamilton falls

Hamilton Falls is 125 feet of multiple horsetails and slides in Jamaica, Vermont, and can be accessed from Jamaica State Park.

Buttermilk Falls

An easy, .2-mile trail will bring you to Buttermilk Falls, which is actually a series of three falls along the Branch Brook in Okemo State Forest in Ludlow.

Texas FAlls

Located in the Green Mountain National Forest in Hancock, Texas Falls is another roadside attraction that’s easy to access via a series of boardwalks.

Moss Glen Falls

Located on Route 100 in Granville, Moss Glen Falls is easy to view and photograph and there are lots of different angles you can choose from to frame the perfect shot.

Warren falls

Located off Route 100 in Warren, not only is this a gorgeous waterfall, but it's also one of the best swimming holes in Vermont!

Bartlett falls

Located in Bristol, these falls are short and wide, only about 15 feet high, but it's a great swimming hole and you can venture behind the falls!

Moss Glen Falls

Two waterfalls in Vermont with the same name. This one is in Stowe, and can be accessed from a short hiking trail. 

Bingham Falls

Bingham Falls is a single 25-foot plunge into a round deep pothole that is suitable for swimming and cliff jumping. It's located in Stowe.