Diana's Baths are a spectacular series of small waterfalls that make up a part of Lucy Brook. Visitors can watch the water, which comes from Attitash Mountain, flow through a complex arrangement of rocks and ledges, cascading falls and pools.
Things to Do
- Once you arrive park your car and head up the hiking trail to the Baths. This is an ideal walk for both kids and adults of all ages given that it is only roughly half a mile long and leads along a smooth and wide gravel path.
- People can walk alongside the Baths to enjoy the rushing water and the beauty of the surrounding nature. From top to bottom the falls measure roughly 75 feet in height so there is plenty to take in.
- During the summer visitors can cool off in the water pools and waterfalls
- During the winter the hike is gorgeous and it's a fun treat to see the waterfalls amid the snow & ice.
Diana's Baths Insider Tips
- There is a parking lot at the entrance of the hiking trail that leads up to the Baths. You need to buy a Day Pass at the self-service station here. This Pass can be used at other National Forrest Sites too.
- Dogs are allowed on the trails, just clean up after them!
- Visitors sometimes carry in folding chairs so they can sit along the water and enjoy the sights & sounds.
- Be careful if you try to wade in the water. The flow increases in winter when there is greater rain/snow fall. Make sure the water is not flowing at a high velocity and avoid it altogether if you are not a strong swimmer. The flow in summer is usually more gentle and easier to manage.
- You can fit in a visit to Diana's Baths while seeing other sites located nearby. Echo Lake State Park, Cathedral Ledge and Whithorse Ledge are all close.