Moss Glen Falls in Stowe, Vermont is an extremely popular 75 foot tall waterfall. It flows through a sunny open area of mixed forest and meadow. At one point in time the falls were once used as a source of waterpower.
Take Route 100 north out of Stowe village. In about 3 miles, take a right on Randolph Road, then another right on Moss Glen Falls Road. Just before the road makes a sharp right turn across the brook, park in the lot straight ahead. The trail to the falls is very obvious. When you come to the point where the trail begins to steepen, a small trail leads to the right. This leads to the base of the falls. You have a good side view of the bottom of the falls. Should you take the trail up the hill, you come to a sudden straight on view of the falls. The trail continues past this overlook and traverses the rim of the gorge. You'll reach the top end of the gorge in about 1/4 mile.