The falls are, for a low flowing waterfall, one of the more interesting I’ve visited. The waters slide in a thin even sheet down a sloping granite face, dropping the final 10′ or so into a wide shallow pool. The pool is ringed largely by a sandy beach which is somewhat unusual given the location is well up in Sandwich Notch. It’s almost a given that another waterfall can be found a short way downstream.
From the intersection of NH-113 and NH-108 in Center Sandwich, go northwest on Diamond Ledge Road for about 3.5 miles. Along the way, this becomes Sandwich Notch Road. This is a narrow and steep dirt road. The parking area for the falls will be on your right, indicated by a faded sign.
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