Tuckerman‘s Ravine is a stunningly beautiful alpine glacial cirque located in the White Mountain National Forest of New Hampshire. It is one of the most popular backcountry skiing destinations on the East Coast, due to its steep and challenging terrain. During the winter months, the ravine is filled with skiers and snowboarders who take on its steep and icy slopes. The ravine is also known for its annual spring skiing event, the Tuckerman Inferno, which draws thousands of people each year.
In the summer months, the ravine is a popular hiking destination, as the area is filled with wildflowers and incredible views of the surrounding mountains. Also during the spring/summer Tuckerman’s Ravine Waterfalls can be seen. As the snow melts from the mountain, streams form and create many beautiful waterfalls. These have become popular sights to enjoy and photograph.
Whether you’re looking for a challenging ski experience in the winter or a great hike in the summer, Tuckerman’s Ravine is a must-see destination in New Hampshire.
- Height: Approximately 100 feet, but can be taller or shorter at times
- Type: Horsetails
- Water Source: Cutler River
- Swimming: Not possible
Tuckerman’s Ravine Waterfalls Location
- Park: White Mountain National Forest
- Address: Tuckerman Ravine Trail
- Town: Jackson
- State: New Hampshire
- GPS: Lat 44.2627551 Lng -71.2977252
- Parking Notes: There are many different routes to take to witness Tuckerman’s Ravine Waterfalls. One of the best ways to reach the waterfalls is to hike Mount Washington via Tuckerman Ravine and Lion Head. The trailhead is located at the AMC Pinkham Notch Visitor Center.
- Parking Directions: HERE
- Location Directions: HERE