Bingham Falls

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Bingham Falls in Stowe, Vermont has become one of the most popular waterfalls in Vermont over the years. The waterfall features a spectacular 25-foot plunge and several small cascades. It is a photographer’s dream during every season. In the summer, bring a bathing suit and hop in the lovely pool below the falls.

Reaching the waterfall is rather easy. The Bingham Falls Trail is 0.5 miles out and back with a trailhead located just off Mountain Road. The walk begins with a gentle descent along a wide path that leads to the gorge’s rim. Hikers can choose to travel left along the upper gorge or right to descend to the falls at a fork in the route. The trail then descends down a narrow stone slope with the stones acting as steps. Because these stones are almost always damp and slick, take your time and make sure that each step is secure. Passing other hikers might be difficult in this part, so give hikers coming uphill enough time to reach the upper section before starting your walk down.

Dogs are allowed at Bingham Falls on leash.  

Moss Glen Falls is an iconic 125-foot waterfall also located in Stowe, Vermont. If you’re looking for more great Vermont spots to explore, check out!

Waterfall Specs

  • Height: Tallest plunge is 25 feet
  • Type: Plunges and cascades
  • Water source: West Branch of the Waterbury River
  • Swimming: Great swimming


  • Park: Mt. Mansfield State Forest
  • Address: Mountain Rd
  • Town: Stowe
  • State: Vermont
  • GPS: Lat 44.51674 Lng -72.76602
  • Parking Notes: Parking for Bingham Falls can be found on both sides of Mountain Road in Stowe. There are about 25 spaces are both sides of the road and parking is free.
  • Parking Directions: HERE
  • Location Directions: HERE

1 review for Bingham Falls

  1. Lisa Wolfe

    Bingham Falls in Stowe, Vermont

    Image #1 from Lisa Wolfe
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