As the temperatures warm up, hiking in North Conway becomes a favorite option for guests enjoying our mountains. Diana’s Baths is a Christmas Farm Inn guest favorite, only 10 miles away, and lies along Lucy Brook in Bartlett which is fed from Big Attitash Mountain. During the summer these North Hampshire “baths” are a great place for children and grown-ups alike to explore ledges, cascading falls, and pools in the brook.
How tough is this North Conway hike?
The hike to Diana’s Baths is a little over half a mile on a relatively flat, wide gravel path. Being part of the United States Department of Agriculture, there is a large parking lot at the entrance to the hiking path and a self-service pay station that requires visitors to purchase and display a pass on the dashboard of their vehicle. Dogs are allowed along the trails, but owners must clean up after their pets.
Can you take a dip in Diana’s Baths?
During the Spring and Summer months of the year, Diana’s Baths makes a great place for a quick dip or swim with your friends and family (even the dog)! With multiple levels and dozens of small pools to play in, this spot is sure to become a favorite for anyone visiting North Conway. On a hot summertime day, nothing is better than a dip in the creek.
Is Diana’s Bath better to hike solo or in a group?
Guests enjoy the scenery and short, sweet hike to Diana’s Baths with friends, family or even on a solo excursion. Time spent in nature always has beneficial effects. Connecting with the outdoors can relieve stress and improve mental and physical health for you and those you care about. There’s something renewing about time spent outside!
Only a short drive from Christmas Farm Inn!
The trail to Diana’s Baths is one of the most popular hikes near North Conway, proving that this one-mile there-and-back hike is worth the visit. The trail is a fairly flat, gravel and dirt path with no roots or rocks to contend with. Scenery like Diana’s Baths is what makes North Conway so special, and we’re excited for you to experience it with us at Christmas Farm Inn.