Explore Sabbaday Falls

New Hampshire Sabbaday Falls Parking Area

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This is a beautiful forty-foot waterfall located 25 minutes from Lincoln, NH.

This awesome waterfall is located right off of the Kancamagus Highway (rt 112) that runs from Lincoln to North Conway, NH. The highway itself is a very scenic drive through the White Mountains that has pull off spots every couple of miles.

From I93 take exit 32 for Lincoln. Drive straight through the town and onto rt 112 for just about 20 miles and the parking lot will be on your right hand side. There is a big sign that says "Sabbaday Falls Picnic Ground". From the parking lot there is a clearly-marked 0.3 mile trail that takes you right to the falls.

There is a cool observation deck/path that goes all the way on top of the falls and there are plenty of benches and rocks to sit on and hangout.

Pack List

  • $3 for parking
  • Camera
  • Wide angle lens if you have it
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How to Get There

over 1 year ago

Beautiful Waterfalls

The views will leave you speechless. This is quite the spot for a photographic adventure.

over 1 year ago

Added by Kyle Pierce

Activities:

Chillin, Photography, Hiking

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Year Round

Trail Type:

Out-and-Back

Distance:

0.6 Miles

Rating:

Features:

Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Forest
River
Waterfall

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