April 20, 2006
The photograph above was taken on February 6, 2006, one day after this area of New Hampshire (near the town of Wilton) received about two inches (5 cm) of rain. Garwin Falls is typically a partially frozen winter wonderland in February, but not this year. The mild but wet winter has created a scene that is more consistent with what we would see here in April.
The falls is a two tier fall that drops more than 50 feet (15 m) over metamorphic and igneous rocks. The property is private, but the owners are generous and allow respectful hikers to visit.Related Links: