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The Flume Gorge is a natural gorge extending 800 ft (240 m) horizontally at the base of Mount Liberty in Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire, United States. Cut by Flume Brook, the gorge features walls of Conway granite that rise to a height of 70 to 90 ft (21 to 27 m) and are 12 to 20 ft (3. 7 to 6. 1 m) apart. Discovered in 1808 by 93-year-old “Aunt” Jess Guernsey, the Flume is now a paid attraction that allows visitors to walk through it from May 10 to October 20. Pets are not allowed.

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Nearby Locations:

The Basin (1.9 miles)
Franconia Notch State Park (3.3 miles)
Seven Birches Winery (3.9 miles)
Echo Lake Beach (5.7 miles)
Crawford Notch State Park (14.6 miles)
Mount Washington (21.6 miles)
Crystal Cascades (23.2 miles)
Sculptured Rocks Natural Area (28.7 miles)
Profile Falls (36.8 miles)
Rock of Ages Granite Quarry (41.2 miles)
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Vermont, New England


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Flume Gorge, 852 Daniel Webster Hwy
Lincoln, New Hampshire 03251

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