Glen Ellis Falls Trailhead

glen ellis falls trail

Glen Ellis Falls Trailhead

Constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps - a federal work relief program started by President Roosevelt to build America's natural resources infrastructure in the early 1900's - this area has been popular amongst tourists and hikers for well over 100 years. Because of its easy access and short hike to dramatic, 66-foot waterfalls, this area has become heavily impacted. Care for these delicate areas takes extensive resources, so a small fee is charged to park. Leashed dogs are welcome, and please hike with kindness.

Location & Parking

Address
Glen Ellis Falls, Jackson, NH 03846
Latitude
44.2456822927938
Longitude
-71.2536063217900
Parking Details
Glen Ellis Scenic Area parking is about 1 mile south of the Pinkham Notch visitor center on the west side of the road. There is a small fee to park here, bring cash.

Managing Organization

Managing Organization
U.S. Forest Service - White Mountain National Forest

Details

Seasons
Spring, Summer, Fall
Pet Friendly
Yes
Restroom
none