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Nice falls at the basi, doesn't take long to visit them but if you are hard pressed for time they are by no means a must do in our opinion. If you want to see running and falling water, Flume Gorge is where you should...More
We visited early in the morning when the air was crisp and hardly anyone else was around. Such a lovely little path that leads you through the trees and by ever increasing waterfalls until you eventually arrive at the boisterous and noisy basin. If memory...More
We visited the Basin because we were in the area and there was no cost. It was interesting. The water flowing was spectacular and refreshing. There are walking paths nearby as well. Worth a visit if you are in the area.
I've been here countess times. The serene beauty and nature all around is so relaxing and indeed, quite therapeutic! Every time I've been here, it looks a little bit different, and I see something I'd never noticed before.
I remember as a young boy how...More
When you arrive you will park your car across the way, then, you will walk underneath the highway in a large tunnel to get to the Basin area. Bring a water bottle & Bring your camera~ this is a very pretty walk; sort of mini...More
When we arrived at The Basin, I though meh, it’s ok. Then we continued on the trail there were cascades and great scenery. We decided to take the Basin Cascades Trail to Kinsman Falls, and there was great scenery all over.
The Basin provides a quiet, peaceful environment with interesting scenery. Make sure to read the narrative posted at the Basin. The walking paths provide beautiful views of the woods. It feels much less commercial than the flume and other White Mountains attractions.
A great place to stop off of I-93. The trail to the basin is relatively flat and there is even a handicap access trail. I saw a visitor with a wheelchair visit. There was also an outhouse near the parking lot, if needed. While the...More
The walk in to this beautiful location is short and fairly easy with just a mild incline. You can get quite close to the pothole from the trail. There are some small waterfalls along the way that are beautiful as well. The water has carved...More
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I personally do not recall specific elongated parking spots; however, when I was there I was the only car and there were a lot of spots. The parking area on either side of the highway is very large and I don’t think I would... More
I personally do not recall specific elongated parking spots; however, when I was there I was the only car and there were a lot of spots. The parking area on either side of the highway is very large and I don’t think I would be an issue for a bus.