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Diana's Baths

Length: 1.2 miles out-and-back

Difficulty (click for info): Beginner

Elevation Gain: minimal

Rating (click for info): 6/10

Altitude Gain: minimal

Height: 60 ft

River: Lucy Brook

Best Time to Visit:
The waterfalls will flow best in the spring, but if swimming is what you desire, visit on a hot summer day in the middle of the week (Crowds overflow the area on weekends).

Driving Directions:
Trailhead and parking area are on Diana's Bath Road in Bartlett, NH. To get there, take River Road off Rt. 16/302 in Conway, 2.8 miles north of the junction of Rt. 302 and Rt. 16. Drive one mile down River Road and bear right onto West Side Road. Continue 1.4 miles and turn left into the parking area.

About the Hike:
At the beginning of the trail to North Moat Mountain are a pretty series of cascades and water slides known as Diana's Baths. They are accessible via a very easy half mile dirt/gravel path. When you arrive at the base, you will see three small side-by-side cascades. Much more awaits upstream! By walking up the rock and the trail, you will get to see many small cascades, pools, and water slides. The tallest cascade is twelve feet. In many places, strangely shaped rocks show how parts of the brook have carved out the stream bed. In one place, you will find a deep hole in the rock.

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