This is a portion of cascades belonging to the greater portion of New Hampshire's elegant Arethusa falls.
Arethusa is considered to be the highest "single drop" waterfall in New Hampshire. It is physically located on the western wall of Crawford Notch. The absolute plunge in feet has been a topic of debate since the falls were first discovered in the 1800's. Early editions of the White Mountains AMC guide estimated at 140' however in 1875 professor J.H. Huntington claimed a measurement of 176'. More modern measurements have estimated the drop to be slightly over 200 feet.
Regardless of the actual height, Arethusa is a magnificent scenic treasure!
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