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Located in the scenic foothills of northwest Connecticut, Enders Falls is a unique, quarter-mile-long chain of five waterfalls and associated pools, ledges, and gorges. The waterfalls are the main attraction of the 2,100-acre Enders State Forest. “These distinctive geologic features are a testament to the carving power of even a small forest stream over thousands of years,” said photographer John Burk. “On this hot summer day, the swimmers in the pool above the main falls added a sense of scale.”

  1. Robert Roggeveen → in West Hartford, Connecticut
    Dec 07, 2016

    The falls are quite wonderful and are worth the trip.

  2. A P → in Vermont
    Jan 10, 2017

    I grew up near this forest. It is absolutely worth a visit!

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