Today Shadow, Wilma, and I Adventured to the Crystal Cascade in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This was our second Adventure to the Crystal Cascades as Shadow, Buster, My Mom, and I had visited back in October 2016. Crystal Cascade is a gorgeous waterfall that has a 100 foot drop into the Ellis River. There is just a short walk to the Falls that begins at the AMC Pinkham Notch Visitor Center. The Cascade is along one of the popular routes to Mount Washington.
We had a musical Adventure to the Crystal Cascades. I decided to blog about the Crystal Cascades again as it really is a beautiful cascade with gorgeous mountain views. We began our walk to the Cascades after enjoying our feature Adventure at a nearby trail. The path was short, and had several spots along the way to walk over for a dip, and/or a river view. Almost immediately we could hear the water’s sound, increasing my anticipation of the Cascades. The Cascade was lovely, and from afar I could see a remodeled, rustic bridge over the falls. When we arrived at the Cascades I noticed the path to the bottom of the Falls was no longer available. This made me ponder if some flooding had occurred, leading to renovations. We actually had tried to visit last summer, and the trail was closed due to flooding. It was disappointing to not get too close, however precious memories of our visit with Buster, Shadow, and My Mom will always be dear to my heart.
I attempted to get several views of the Cascades between the trees and then we walked up over and above on the beautiful new bridge. We sauntered across several times and took in the sounds, and scene. There were cascades from either sounds adding quite the therapeutic sounds. I decided to add in a couple photographs from our first visit and mix them with our photographs from today. However if you want to read more about our first visit, and see all of the photograph summary you can search for “Crystal Cascades” in the search box. Wonderful memories at a special place (Rating: 4).