Goslants Falls is a small roadside waterfall located in Walden, Vermont. The waterfall drops just over 10 feet via a series of pretty cascades. It can be found along Joe’s Brook which flows pretty well year-round, but its watershed truly peaks during the spring when the snow is melting and running into the brook. For this reason, visitors can often see the falls in peak condition during the months of April, May, and June.
Accessing the waterfall is super easy. The falls are located just off Rock Road in Walden, Vermont, and can be seen from the road. There is a small dirt area for cars to park just east of the waterfall. Many visitors enjoy admiring and photographing the falls right from the road by standing on the bridge over Joe’s Brook. There is no established trail leading down to Goslants Falls, but some people have bushwhacked down to the brook before. Ultimately, this is not the most impressive waterfall by any means but still is nice and super easy to visit.
Alternative names for the waterfall are Joe’s Brook Falls and Goslants Mill Falls.
- Height: 10+ feet
- Type: Cascades
- Water Source: Joe’s Brook
- Swimming: Not possible / not allowed