Walter/Newton Natural Area Trail

Plymouth Lakes

Walter/Newton Natural Area Trail is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Plymouth, New Hampshire that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from March until Novem

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4.3
26 reviews
  • Stephen Priest
    Stephen Priest
    a year ago

    Large expanse of trails with streams and the highlight is Rainbow 🌈 Falls. Small bridges pepper the trail that leads to the waterfall. Maps, including the information ℹī¸ kiosk at the beginning of Rainbow 🌈 Falls trail, are posted. I only had time to explore one trail, but, I am interested in returning and explore the loop trails. The waterfall is scenic and has benches to sit. Not wheelchair accessible, but, dog 🐕 friendly. Trails have a lot of (I am Groot!) roots and stones, none named Kieth or Mick. I didn't see any đŸš¯ litter. I recommend a visit. People were visiting even though it snowed. Signage encouraging snowshoes and đŸŽŋ skiing.

  • Ahmrena M.
    Ahmrena M.
    2 years ago

    A great starter trail. Good for groups. Flat land. Not near as rocky.

  • Spicy Mui
    Spicy Mui
    a year ago

    It's a good 2 miles loop trail with a waterfall at the end.

  • Mikayla McAdams
    Mikayla McAdams
    a year ago

    Easy trail to the falls. Some areas with incline. Path can have roots, planks, and stones. Leads to a beautiful waterfall which you can climb to the top of via some steeper paths along the side. There are no bathrooms along the trail (the one we were on) or places to dispose of any waste - just make sure to plan! There is a map at the beginning of the entrance and trails are clearly marked. There is also other occasional maps to remind you of options along the way. The trail is dog friendly as long as they are leashed. Very scenic with moss covered stone and trees and a river running along a couple of the trail options.

  • Michelle Garriepy
    Michelle Garriepy
    4 years ago

    This is a wonderful place for the entire family. The little ones will have no problem navigating the smallest trail and the more advanced hiker will enjoy the more challenging trails. Overall a wonderful place for a walk through nature.

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