New River
The New River near its mouth in Pinkham Notch
New River (New Hampshire) is located in New Hampshire
New River (New Hampshire)
New River (New Hampshire) is located in the United States
New River (New Hampshire)
CountryUnited States
StateNew Hampshire
TownshipsSargents Purchase, Pinkhams Grant
Physical characteristics
SourceGulf of Slides
 • locationMount Washington
 • coordinates44°14′37″N 71°17′26″W / 44.24361°N 71.29056°W / 44.24361; -71.29056
 • elevation4,380 ft (1,340 m)
MouthCutler River
 • location
Pinkham Notch
 • coordinates
44°15′18″N 71°15′11″W / 44.25500°N 71.25306°W / 44.25500; -71.25306
 • elevation
2,008 ft (612 m)
Length2.2 mi (3.5 km)

The New River is a 2.2-mile-long (3.5 km)[1] stream in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the United States. It is a tributary of the Cutler River, part of the Saco River watershed flowing to the Atlantic Ocean in Maine. The river is within the townships of Sargent's Purchase and Pinkham's Grant in Coos County.

The New River rises in the Gulf of Slides, a small glacial cirque at the foot of Boott Spur, a southern extension of Mount Washington. Flowing northeast, the stream drops rapidly down the western slopes of Pinkham Notch, joining the Cutler River in the floor of the notch at the Route 16 crossing, just south of the notch's height of land, and just upstream from the Cutler River's merging with the Ellis River.

See also