Dunn’s Notch is a secluded place east of Grafton Notch, crossed mostly by through-hikers on the Appalachian Trail. Linda, Bob and I hiked to the falls by bushwhacking up the West Branch of the Ellis River from the East B Hill Road. A broad beaver dam created a large pool off the bank of the river. Turkey Tail lichen was growing on a rotting tree on the forest floor. We hiked through flat sparsely wooded land on the side of the river until we got up into the notch. Foot deep wet snow covered the trail off the side of the cliffs up by the falls. The water drops 80 feet and there was a strong flow from the spring melt.