|Glen Ellis Falls Information
Located in the Pinkham Notch area, Glen Ellis Falls is a 64 foot plunge waterfall. This is one of the more populated waterfalls because of its close proximity to other popular NH attractions and because it is only 0.1 miles from the Route 16. It has a couple plunges falling into a deep green water pool. No swimming is allowed. You can hike up the same trail Glen Ellis Falls is on to get to Wildcat Mountain A and Wildcat Mountain D.
|Glen Ellis Falls Directions
To get to Glen Ellis Falls by foot:
Hike up the Glen Ellis Falls Trail/Wildcat Ridge Trail from the Glen Ellis Falls Parking Area for 0.1 miles. You will go through a foot tunnel under Route 16 then cross the river before starting the hike.
To get to the Glen Ellis Falls Parking Area:
From the South heading North on I-93
Take exit 35 to merge onto US-3 N / Daniel Webster Highway towards Twin Mountain/Lancaster. Drive 10.3 miles and turn right on US-302 E / Dartmouth College Road. Continue for 29.1 miles and turn left at NH-16 N / Pinkham Notch Road and continue for 10.8 miles until you reach the parking lot on the right hand side of the road. There is a sign indicating Glen Ellis Falls.
From the West
Heading East on US-2, merge onto I-91 S via the ramp to the White River Junction. Take exit 19 after 2.3 miles to merge onto I-93 S towards Littleton, New Hampshire. Continue for 22.2 miles and take exit 40 for US-302/NH-10 E towards Bethlehem, Twin Mountain. Merge onto NH-10 N/NH-116 W/NH-18 S/US-302 E/Dartmouth College Road/Main Street. Continue for 40.1 miles and turn left at NH-16 N/Pinkham Notch Road. Continue 10.8 miles. The parking lot will be on the right hand side of the road. The parking lot is signed as Glen Ellis Falls.
Glen Ellis Falls on October 3, 2011.
Upper Smaller fall at Glen Ellis Falls on October 23, 2010.