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Gordon Fall on Snyder Brook in Randolph, New Hampshire during the spring months. This waterfall is located along the Fallsway Trail and is part of the Snyder Brook Scenic Area. In September of 1875, William G. Nowell, a 19th-century trail builder, named Snyder Brook for Charles E. Lowe’s dog. Lowe was also a 19th-century trail builder and mountain guide. Lowe and Nowell are credited for building Lowe’s Path in 1875-1876.
Title: Gordon Fall - White Mountains, New Hampshire

Description: Gordon Fall on Snyder Brook in Randolph, New Hampshire during the spring months. This waterfall is located along the Fallsway Trail and is part of the Snyder Brook Scenic Area. In September of 1875, William G. Nowell, a 19th-century trail builder, named Snyder Brook for Charles E. Lowe’s dog. Lowe was also a 19th-century trail builder and mountain guide. Lowe and Nowell are credited for building Lowe’s Path in 1875-1876.

Location: Randolph, New Hampshire, United States

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