Hudson Brook Chasm is a beautiful waterfall located in North Adams, Massachusetts. The waterfall has a total height of 25 feet and it can be found along Hudson Brook. Hudson Brook flows strongest during spring when the snow melts and after heavy rainstorms. Although it is best to explore the waterfall in the spring, Hudson Brook Chasm is a great spot to visit year-round. The waterfall itself drops in a unique formation consisting of an old marble dam which then flows into a series of cascades and small plunges.
Accessing the waterfall is relatively easy. The waterfall is located in the Natural Bridge State Park which features a well-marked trail system and many bridges. Visitors can park at the end of McAuley Road and then walk a few hundred feet to the falls. The waterfall is a lot of fun for families considering how easy it is to access and view. Thankfully, dogs are also welcome to explore Natural Bridge State Park and the waterfall.
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- Height: 25-foot total drop
- Type: Cascades and small plunges
- Water Source: Hudson Brook
- Swimming: Not allowed
Hudson Brook Chasm Location
- Park: Natural Bridge State Park
- Address: McAuley Road
- Town: North Adams
- State: Massachusetts
- GPS: Lat 42.70738 Lng -73.09278
- Parking Notes: The waterfall is located in Natural Bridge State Park which is located about a quarter of a mile to the northeast of the intersection of Route 8 and the Mohawk Trail (Route 2). Head up McAuley Road where you will find the ranger station and parking area. There is a small fee of $4 per vehicle to park at the Natural Bridge State Park. From the parking area, visitors can take a short walk to a bridge from where the dam can be clearly seen.
- Parking Directions: HERE
- Location Directions: HERE