KEZAR FALLS GORGE
In 1766, a man named Georg Ebenezer Kezar, a trapper from
Canterbury, New Hampshire traveled through out this area. Legend
has that while following the Pequawkett Indian trail he was chased
by the Indians & forced to jump the gorge in order to escape
the Indians. This was how the name came about, Kezar Falls. The
story is told that several years later, Kezar was attacked by a
bear. The bear lost its life & Kezar lost his arm.
The Pequawkett Indians are a tribe from Fryburg. Their trail went
around Bear Pond, South Waterford, over Beech Hill, North Waterford
and branched at the base of Baldpate Mountain, North Waterford.
Once you get close you will need to look for a big split bolder
and move some rocks to reveal the treasure.