In a land of waterfalls and natural beauty sits a hidden sacred spot; Texas Falls: The Jewel of the Green Mountains. Located just off Rt. 125 in Hancock, VT about 5 miles from the junction of Rt. 100 and Rt. 125, Texas Falls offers more than a photo op on the footbridge over the falls. Picnicking, camping, hiking and mountain bike riding on maintained gravel roads are all available as part of the National Forest system. Be sure to visit this very special spot on your next visit to the Green Mountain Valley. The trail meanders through the forest along Texas Brook toward the Texas Falls Picnic Area. To loop back to the falls area bear right before crossing the paved road to reach the upper section of the nature trail. Average hike time is 1 hour.


Activity Hiking / Walking
Nearest Town Rochester
Length 1.2 total miles
Elevation Gain 70 feet
Trail Type Loop
Skill Level Easy


Trailhead: From Rochester, travel north on Route 100 to its intersection with Route 125. Travel west on Route 125 for 3.1 miles, and turn right onto Forest Road 39. Parking is half a mile further down the road. There are picnic grounds and campsites beyond the falls.

Latitude/Longitude: 43.932795,-72.89983