Sabbaday Falls is a quick and easy walk from the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire and is located 24 miles from the White Gables Inn.
The wide well maintained gravel path provides an easy half mile walk to Sabbaday Falls. And although not fully accessible, it is possible for wheelchairs and strollers to reach the falls. Along the path there are interpretive panels providing geographical and historical information of the falls.
Sabbaday Falls comprise of a cascade through a narrow flume where the water make a ninety-degree turn. A loop which includes wooden walkway and stairs provide access for the full height of falls allowing for great photographing opportunities.
It should be noted that the trail may be closed in the winter. As it is part of the White Mountains National Forest there is a fee for parking, additional information can be found on the Forest Service website.
While you are driving along the Kancamagus Highway, we recommend also stopping at Lower Falls and the Rocky Gorge Scenic Area which can be found between the White Gables Inn and Sabbaday Falls, both areas are well marked along the highway.