Updated: Feb 1
Join us this Sunday January 31st, we will hike from Mead Base in Sandwich to Beebe Falls and back on the Bearcamp River Trail, a total of 1.2 miles. Easy. Bring foot traction. Hike starts at 12:30 pm This walk from a historic house to a picturesque waterfall passes through a very pleasant hemlock forest with an interesting rock formation. This time of year Beebe Falls is a fascinating combination of icicles and flowing water.
To get to Mead Base from Tamworth take Route 25 to Moultonborough and take a right on Route 109. Continue to Center Sandwich. At a fork bear right on Grove Street. At the next fork bear left on Diamond Ledge Road. Continue on Diamond Ledge Road until it crosses a meadow to the white house at Mead Base.
Bring foot traction.
photo- Beebe Falls in the summer by Ed Parsons
MEET WHEN: 01/31/2021, Sunday, 12:30pm
MEET WHERE: Bearcamp River Trail *See directions above, or Call Ed
HIKE LEADERS: Ed Parsons and John Watkins
HIKE DIFFICULTY: EASY
For more information call Ed Parsons at 603-960-0363.
This hike is sponsored by the Tamworth Community Nurse Association.
On Sunday, January 31, 14 of us took a beautiful hike from Mead Base to Beebe Falls along the Bearcamp River Trail in Sandwich. The trail passed through some spectacular scenery with many giant boulders and shady hemlocks. We passed Cow Cave, famous for being the place where a cow owned by the Smith Farm was trapped for the winter. We quickly arrived at Beebe Falls, which is a real wonder this year. Earlier rain built the ice up dramatically, We were able to safely look and crawl behind the waterfall. We were adults at play. After going a little further to a building sized boulder in the woods, we headed back. The weather was great and all had a special day.