Part of Smuggler's Notch State Park, Bingham Falls has quickly become one of the most popular waterfall hikes in Vermont due to its easy access, impressive geology, and photographic nature. The hike itself is only about a quarter-mile down to the falls, but it is steeper at the bottom and often can be wet and slippery, so proper hiking shoes with good tread are highly recommended. Certain sections of trail traverse close to the edge of the gorge. Although many of these sections are roped off, please make sure all members of your party, especially children, stay far away from these edges. A fall into the gorge can be fatal.
Bingham Falls is open to the public for a variety of non-motorized recreational activities and can be accessed via Route 108/Mountain Road (parking is available in two paved pull offs on either side of the road) or through the Stowe Land Trust owned Mill Trail Property.
Bingham Falls can be accessed via Route 108/Mountain Road, 6.4 miles west of the Route 100/108 intersection in Stowe village (parking is available in two paved pull offs on either side of the road) or through the Stowe Land Trust owned Mill Trail Property.
- 72 acres
- Vermont State Park
- Conserved in 2001
- Route 108, Stowe