On Our Shelves Now
More than 200 waterfalls, from town centers to roadsides to isolated natural areas
For those who seek the special serenity that seems to be found near moving water, this guide to waterfalls in one of America’s most beautiful states will be a blissful find in itself. Vermont Waterfalls: A Guide is illustrated with appealing antique postcards of some of the state’s most famous falls as well as modern photographs of falls described here for the first time. Using the same successful geographic organization scheme employed in Connecticut Waterfalls: A Guide, the author makes it feasible to see several waterfalls in one trip. Detailed maps identify waterfalls by their proximity to Vermont's major roadways: US 7 in the west; route 100 bridging the center; and US5/I-91 to the east. With more than 200 entries that include the history of and directions to all these cataracts and cascades, this guide is meant for everyone—waterfall enthusiasts, photographers, hikers, artists, families . . .
About the Author
Russell Dunn is a licensed hiking guide, the author of Connecticut Waterfalls: A Guide, and the author of five other waterfall guides to the nearby Adirondack, Catskill, and Hudson Valley regions as well as numerous hiking and kayaking guides. He and his wife, Barbara, live in Albany, NY.