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    Year Round

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  • RT Distance:

    1 Miles

  • Elevation Gain:

    209 Feet

Easy Parking
Family Friendly

Known as The Jewel of the Green Mountains this natural beauty is a must see when traveling through the Green Mountain Valley!

Directly across from the main parking area are the viewing access points of Texas Falls.  A footbridge crosses high above the flume and gorge, offering the best views. 

Crossing the bridge, there are plenty of other great view points with wooden railings keeping you away from the steep drops.  The downstream portion of the falls offers another small viewing area with a view through the rocky gorge. Following the brook upstream there are some nice chances to get close up to the clear mountain water. 

Pack List

  • Sturdy Shoes
  • Water
  • Snack
  • Camera
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Please respect the places you find on The Outbound.

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures. Be aware of local regulations and don't damage these amazing places for the sake of a photograph. Learn More

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Rebecca Nichols Explorer

I hike to push my limits both mentally and physically, take in the beauty of the great outdoors, and just to get away from it all. Every chance I get you will find me in the mountains, on a kayak or ending my day by the campfire!

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