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Wildcat Falls Merrimack NH

Wildcat Falls is located in Merrimack NH. We have not yet visited Wildcat Falls in Merrimack, but it is on our list of waterfalls in New Hampshire that we will be collecting detailed information, photos and videos on in the future.


Information about Wildcat Falls:

Waterfall Location:   Merrimack, NH
Water Source:   Souhegan River
Waterfall Height:   Unknown
Hike Distance:   .1

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Directions to Wildcat Falls: Take FE Everett Turnpike to Baboosic Lake Rd to Currier Rd. At the end of Currier Rd is Currier Road Conservation Area. The Falls can be accessed there.



Wildcat Falls article and photos from our Volunteer writer "Jewels:"

Spring. My favorite time of year and as well as the rainiest. Perfect time to do a first time visit to Wildcat Falls in Merrimack NH. My sidekick Chris and I ventured out on this rainy afternoon in search of a waterfall. Being only in NH for the past year I discovered your website and wanted to get out and see the scenic views the granite state has to offer. So pulling up to the end of Currier Street in Merrimack, to my surprise I find a dead end with a small sign labeling this wildcat falls. Not your typical entrance to a NH trail but labeled enough where you knew you were in the right place. We get out of the car and start on the trail. In the beginning it is easy and a single path. As you continue down you will see other trails on your left and right. We just continued straight. Awkwardly, as you go further down the path you run into power lines and have to walk underneath them. It made me think we were on the wrong path. Chris decided it would be best to listen and see if we could hear running water. As we listened to the woods we could hear the faint sound of water and decided to continue straight down the path. As you go further it becomes eminent that you are heading in the right direction. Soon the sounds of rushing falls and Souhegan River over powers the area and you see a clearing of rocks embedded so perfectly next to the falls. Mother Nature seating at its best. We stayed there for a while and enjoyed the view around us. The photos that we took below are from the ledge above the falls. The paths after this area got tricky but we explored for a while and stayed close to the river before we went back to where we started. This trail was definately worth the visit because of the end result. Just bring along your explorer spirit and you will appreciate what it has to offer.








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