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Visiting Flume Gorge NH was the highlight of our White Mountains vacation.
If you’re a nature lover, Flume Gorge NH is a wonderful family experience for all ages!
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There are so many great spots to stop and take a photo. The Flume has it all – scenic vistas, waterfalls, river views, and even a covered bridge! Although you can’t see much of The Flume, this is one of my favorites from our trip.
Visiting Flume Gorge NH
The Flume Gorge is an absolutely amazing experience and a must-do for families visiting the Franconia Notch State Park area. The Flume is a natural gorge that starts at the Flume Visitor’s Center. Visitors to The Flume can choose to walk through only the Gorge or do a two-mile loop, which is what we did. The walk is uphill with lots of stairs. We recommend wearing sturdy shoes.
Address: Route 3, Off I-93 Exit 34A, Lincoln, NH 03251
Phone: (603) 745-8391
Flume Gorge NH Ticket Rates
- $16 for adults (ages 13+)
- $14 for children (ages 6-12)
- children ages 5 and under are admitted free with paid adult
You can also purchase a Discovery Pass, which includes Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway along with the Flume Gorge:
- $30 for Adults $30.00
- $24 for children (ages 6-12)
*All rates and dates are subject to change.
For the operating schedule and most up-to-date information, please visit the Flume Gorge page on the NH State Parks website.
Flume Gorge NH Scavenger Hunt
For kid, this is a fun scavenger hunt activity you can do while walking through the Flume Gorge. Print it out and bring it with you: Flume Gorge Scavenger Hunt.
What to Pack When Visiting Flume Gorge NH
- Bug Spray
- Hats and Sun Glasses
- Water Bottles
- Wet Wipes
- Mini First Aid Kit
- Camera and Batteries
- Plastic Shopping Bag for Trash
Like most of the NH State Parks, The Flume asks visitors to carry-in/carry-out their trash.