Field Trip: Waterfalls of the White Mountains

Bruce Bolnick & Dave Govatski


Bruce Bolnick, author of Waterfalls of the White Mountains, and assisted by retired forester David Govatski, will lead a field trip to several nearby waterfalls.

The hike will visit several White Mountain Waterfalls in Randolph, NH. Total hiking distance on trails is 2 miles with a vertical elevation climb of 500 feet in elevation. We will learn about the cultural and natural history of each waterfall and surrounding area.

There is a limit of 12 people, and participants need to pre-register via email. WSPA email address is:

Include "Waterfalls" in the subject line of the email. Details on the hikes will be sent to participants.

Bruce Bolnick is an economist and original author of Waterfalls of the White Mountains. This hiking guide first came out in 1990, with a Revised Edition in 1999, and a major revision for the 3rd Edition in 2019 (Countryman Press). Bruce has been hiking in the Whites (and elsewhere) since back in the day when your being able to park at the trailheads was easy. He has served for years as a Volunteer Naturalist for the Appalachian Mountain Club and volunteer Nature Guide at Mass Audubon’s Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield, MA.