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Rocky Gorge, Bartlett

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Water Body · Hidden Gem · Hiking Trail
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Rocky Gorge is a waterfall and the name of a scenic and picnic area along the Swift River in the White Mountain National Forest of New Hampshire, United States, next to the Kancamagus Highway. Swimming is not permitted in the falls at Rocky Gorge because of a near-fatal accident involving Dorothy Sparks in 1942. At least two other non-fatal accidents, each involving two people, have occurred since 1942.
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  • A very short walk to gorge from the parking lot. We were there for about 15 minutes, walked around and crossed bridge, took some pictures. It was beautiful with some fall colors. 
    A very short walk to gorge from the parking lot. We were there for about 15 minutes, walked around and crossed bridge, took some pictures. It was beautiful with some fall colors.  more »
  • Good trip. We arrived at approximately 4 pm and made our way to the entrance of the trail. It was a short easy hike to the gorge, and along the way we encountered several plaques that detailed the... 
    Good trip. We arrived at approximately 4 pm and made our way to the entrance of the trail. It was a short easy hike to the gorge, and along the way we encountered several plaques that detailed the...  more »

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