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Beautiful little falls tucked away in the woods.

This falls appears to be on private property, although its very close to the road so you can take a... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Binghamton, New York
Hard to find but worth the search

Take Wheelerville road (off rt 4) all the way up about 5-6 miles. There are several bridges on the... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2017
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9 Jul 2018
“Beautiful little falls tucked away in the woods.”
11 Mar 2018
“Short and easy walk to a delightful area”
An easy, five-mile biking route takes you to picturesque water falls for fall foliage viewing.
Wheelerville Road, Killington, VT
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

This falls appears to be on private property, although its very close to the road so you can take a peek. Very nice for small waterfalls. Off the beaten path, be prepared, you won't have a phone signal. :)

Thank Chantalr99
Reviewed 12 March 2018

They have really kept the walking areas in excellent shape. They even have places built where one can stop to rest, need be. The falls are stunning!!

Thank Susan M
Reviewed 4 March 2018

We went in winter with very cold day, however if you are staying near there it is not a waist on time. All was frozen, really like it. Just spend 5 minutes there, but the way to get there is really nice.

Thank Serial_Journey
Reviewed 16 January 2017 via mobile

Take Wheelerville road (off rt 4) all the way up about 5-6 miles. There are several bridges on the road but this bridge goes right over the sight of the falls...about 2 miles out from Notch Rd at that point on Wheelerville. The road gets...More

Thank bigbull123
Reviewed 25 July 2016

Take a few minutes to check out these falls. We hiked down on the AT, but you can take a little board walk through a march too. Its right on the AT.

Thank LisaR3275
Reviewed 20 September 2014 via mobile

You are no longer permitted to see these falls. Closed to public. A complete waste of time. Go see thundering falls which is also known as roaring brook falls on the little town map.

11  Thank Tammy J
Reviewed 22 July 2013

Falls were 6 miles off of the main road on a narrow dirt road. Bridge is out 5 miles off the main road. Falls are posted to keep visitors off property.

2  Thank terry16510
Reviewed 28 February 2013

A vertical drop of 38 feet including a 12 foot 5 inch true lower falls and a 9 foot 11 inch true upper falls. The flowing distance measured along the riverbank was 95 feet. Old mill stone foundation and stone walls on the westerly side...More

4  Thank Vermontwoodchuck
Reviewed 29 March 2009

My cousin Ron introduced me to McLaughlin Falls a few years back. He was showing me the land owned by our great-great granfather in 1860 and the cellar hole of house. I could hear the falls and he guided me to the bottom. Wow! You...More

6  Thank Imnosaint
Reviewed 9 November 2008

One of those places where you forget about the rest of the world and its easy to access.Careful getting down to the lower falls.

4  Thank BrianMcLaughlin
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