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Warren Falls

Northern Green Mountains, Vermont

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  • Parking area for Warren Falls.- Warren Falls
  • If parking area is full, parking on the side of the road is allowed.- Warren Falls
  • Enjoying the pools at Warren Falls.- Warren Falls
  • 10-foot cliff jump at Warren Falls.- Warren Falls
  • View of the 10- and 15-foot cliff jumps at Warren Falls.- Warren Falls
  • Waterslide at Warren Falls.- Warren Falls
  • 20-foot cliff jumps at Warren Falls.- Warren Falls
  • Enjoying the pools at Warren Falls.- Warren Falls
  • Area above the swimming holes at Warren Falls.- Warren Falls
  • Area above the swimming holes.- Warren Falls
  • Area above the swimming holes.- Warren Falls
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Deep swimming holes. Easy access from the road.
Cons: 
Big crowds. Limited parking space.
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Region:
Northern Green Mountains, VT
Congestion: 
High
Location type: 
Cliff jumping
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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Warren Falls is located in Warren, Vermont, and is a favorite local swimming hole on the Mad River. There are several cliff jumping locations with varying heights. The 10-foot, 15-foot, and 20-foot jumps are the most popular. Warren Falls is right off Route 100 and is accessible by a trail from the parking area. There are not any garbage cans or restrooms, so please practice Leave No Trace principles. Due to the proximity to the road and ease of access, the swimming hole is crowded, especially during the weekend. The water is pleasantly cool and refreshing, and the area is beautiful, making it worth the trip despite the crowds. 

Cliff Jumping Safety

Swimming holes and cliff jumping can be extremely dangerous and unpredictable outdoor activities that pose significant risks regarding personal safety. Changing water levels, unseen rocks, and river bottoms that have shifted with currents and seasonal weather can turn a well-known jumping area into a serious hazard. Prior to engaging in these activities, extensively scout the current conditions, and understand the risks involved with serious injury and the logistical challenges of evacuation from the water so you can make safe decisions.

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