Gordon Fall is a lovely 18-foot horsetail waterfall located in Randolph, New Hampshire within the White Mountain National Forest. The waterfall features a two-tier drop and it is rather wide. The waterfall is powered by Snyder Brook which flows hardest during the spring as snow melts and also after rainy days.
Gordon Falls can be easily accessed via a short 0.4 mile out and back hike on the Fallsway Trail located just off Route 2 in Randolph. The hike is extremely easy and it definitely kid-friendly. Additionally, dogs are welcome to visit Gordon Fall. Visitors can also take the Brookbank and Fallsway Trail to see Gordon, Salroc, and Tama Falls.
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- Height: 18 feet
- Type: Horsetail
- Water source: Synder Brook
- Swimming: Prohibited and/or not possible
- Park: White Mountain National Forest
- Address: Presidential Highway
- Town: Randolph
- State: New Hampshire
- GPS: Lat 44.36884 Lng -71.28664
- Parking Notes: The closest parking lot Gordon Fall is the Valley Way Trailhead lot along the Presidential Highway. The lot holds about 75 cars and additional parking can be found along the Presidential Highway. Parking is free.
- Parking Directions: HERE
- Location Directions: HERE