Yesterday Shadow, Wilma, and I visited Jackson Falls in Jackson, New Hampshire. Jackson Falls is a Falls with cascades and plunges that is sourced from the Wildcat Brook. It is especially popular in the summer when visitors can be found swimming in the pools.
Shadow, Buster, My Mom, and I had visited this Bridge previously, but unfortunately I was not able to locate the photographs from that trip (if I find them at a later date I will edit my blog with those additional photographs.).
Due to the rainy weather we were completely drenched by the end of our adventure to Jackson Falls. However, we could not resist exploring so we carried on through the rain. There is no hike to Jackson Falls, as it is on the roadside, however there are mini trails with chairs and benches along the Falls. We walked around, checking out the area, and luckily avoided any and all slips and falls on the wet rocks. Even on a rainy day Shadow was eager to get in a dip on the water, while Wilma enjoyed posing on the bench. We walked up to the top of the Falls to check out a unique bridge from afar. I am assuming the Falls was higher then normal due to the overnight rainfall, and of course the summer season. A simple stop, but yet we appreciated our adventure (Rating: 3).