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New Hampshire

Sabbaday Brook Trail

photo: White Mountains National Forest in New Hampshire. Photo by Earl Mcgehee.

Length: 0.40 miles
Loop Trail? No
Type: Backcountry
Agency: USDA Forest Service
Entry Fee? No
Parking Fee? $3.00

Allowed Uses:

Dogs - On leash
Fishing
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Snow - Cross-country Skiing
Snow - Snowshoeing
Swimming
Wildlife Observation

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Location: Waterville, NH., Kancamagus Highway.
State(s): New Hampshire
Counties: Grafton
Longitude: -71.39326
Latitude: 43.99734

Driving Directions

15 miles west of the Saco Ranger Station on Kancamagus Highway.

Description

Easy walk through mature forest. A picturesque series of cascades in a narrow flume. Descriptive signs point out rock formations.

Additional Details

Width: 72 inches.
Primary Surface: Crushed Rock
Secondary Surface: Crushed Rock

Average Grade: 7%
Maximum Grade: 10%
Elevation Low Point: 1,320
Elevation High Point: 1,470
Elevation Gain (cumulative): Not Available

Year Designated:
1980

Contact Information

For more information and current conditions, contact the trail manager (listed below). For questions, suggestions, and corrections to information listed on the website, contact American Trails.

Trail Management:
David Neely
Trail Manager
White Mountain National Forest
Saco Ranger District
33 Kancamagus Hwy.
Conway, NH 3818
(603) 447-5448
[email protected]

 

Photos

White Mountains National Forest in New Hampshire. Photo by Earl Mcgehee.

White Mountains National Forest in New Hampshire. Photo by Earl Mcgehee.

White Mountains National Forest near the Kancamagus Hwy. Photo by Earl Mcgehee.

White Mountains National Forest near the Kancamagus Hwy. Photo by Earl Mcgehee.

 

Trailhead. Photo by Janie Walker.

Trailhead. Photo by Janie Walker.

The falls. Photo by Janie Walker.

The falls. Photo by Janie Walker.

Reviews

Sabbaday Brook Trail to Sabbaday Falls. July 16, 2021

It seems only the part to the falls is considered the National Recreation Trail. The rest of the trail goes past the falls and leads up to the col between two of NH’s 4000-Footers.

This is an easy walk to a beautiful waterfall. Wooden stairs and railings abound. The path is wide and fairly smooth.

Note the parking lot ($5 a car) fills up fast on weekends. If you get there past 7am, you may not get a spot. Midweek is better. Also note this trail is just down Route 112 from Boulder Loop Trail.

July 16, 2021

 

 

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