We recently took a road trip through Vermont, and wanted to visit several waterfalls. One of the ones we were able to easily find was Moss Glen Falls, located in Granville, Vermont.
We found this falls right on Vermont Route 100, and had no problem finding the falls using Google Maps. Note that there is another Moss Glen Falls located in Stowe!
The parking area is located right on the road, and is clearly marked with a sign.
From the parking area there is a boardwalk going to both Little Moss Glen Falls (to the right), and Moss Glen Falls (to the left). You can just about see both from the parking area, and the walk is very minimal.
There is some information at the trailhead.
The walk to the falls is very short, and the trail was well-maintained.
We visited the small falls first, which were still flowing a little bit in mid-August. I imagine earlier in the season, there would be a lot more water.
The large falls is much larger, and very impressive. Just beautiful!
The water was still flowing in late August 2018. Again, I am sure it would be even more impressive with higher water levels in the spring and early summer.
The water is beautiful and clear.
… and VERY cold! You could feel the cold air emanating off the water.
What a beautiful place to visit and dip our feet in. We had a lovely time stopping to check out this location and enjoy the beauty of Moss Glen Falls.
I recommend “Waterfalls of New England”, which was a great resource this summer.
These are the other Vermont waterfalls we have visited:
Bristol Falls Swimming Hole, Bristol, VT
Bittersweet Falls, Weybridge, VT
Buttermilk Falls, Ludlow, VT
Falls of Lana, Salisbury, VT
Pikes Falls, Jamaica, VT
Queechee Gorge, Norwich, VT
Queechee State Park, Norwich, VT
Thundering Brook Falls, VT
Twenty Foot Hole, Reading, VT
Warren Falls, Warren, VT