Rocky Brook Falls
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Rocky Brook Falls starts up high on a cliff and horsetails some 229 feet down a wide rock wall, finally veiling out into a primordial, boulder-strewn pool. The constant pounding of the falls across a wide base makes for a noisy, slippery environment. Visitors will find exploring the boulder field at the base irresistible, but beware: The rocks and fallen trees are slippery given their constant exposure to Rocky Brook Falls’ ubiquitous spray. The base of the falls can get a lot of sun given the lack of forest canopy directly above, and as such the area is popular among locals in the summer—but it could be all yours in the spring or fall.
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