Pine Bend Brook Trail to Sabbaday Brook Trail Loop

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Pine Bend Brook Trail to Sabbaday Brook Trail Loop is a 10.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lincoln, New Hampshire that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and backpacking and is best used from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length10.8 miElevation gain3,054 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashBackpackingHikingNature tripsForestRiverViewsWildlife
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Eric Cunningham
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Atlas the Hiker
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HikingGreat!Snow

Fun but really grueling hike! Trail had some tracks but was still pretty soft, so I needed snowshoes for most of the hike. Final ascent to North Tripyramid was really tough. While whiteout blocked any views, trail was still really pretty in all the snow. Sabbaday Falls near the end was also gorgeous!

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Dan Guttman
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Pine up was awesome. Sabbaday down had a lot of water crossings. You will get wet.

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Jeff Bisnaw
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HikingRockyScramble

i went Sabbaday to Pine Bend Brook. very steep and slippery from the leaves at the top of Sabbaday (large rock slabs). Equally steep and slippery at top of Pine Bend, but no rock slabs. Be pepared to get your feet wet at the begining of Sabbaday. Nice hike, limited views and limited people....10+ miles 8.5 hrs for me...

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Mark S
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HikingBlowdownFloodedMuddyRockyScrambleWashed out

Started at Pine Bend Trail, summited North and Middle and returned via Sabbaday to the Kank and mile walk back to car. Trails were riddled with leaves. Some spots took extra time to make sure I was on the path. Overall, this was a beautiful loop hike counter-clockwise and challenging with brook crossings, steep grades and mucky conditions. Took me 5:30 total time to make the 11 mile loop with some trail running and a couple breaks.

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Heidi Roche
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The sabbaday trail up wasn’t marked and I lost it more times than I care to count. There are no views at the northern summit, tony glimpses at middle. Wet, rocky scramble that makes your knees beg for mercy present on both sides (although I’ve come to expect this of sandwich) Wouldn’t say this hike is my favorite.

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Jenna Akusis
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BackpackingGreat!

started at sabbaday brook trail & was pretty easy, towards the top it got very rocky, it was definitely a challenge at times if you're not used to that terrain but very manageable with 30lb packs

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Jesse Fand
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Valerie Lapham
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HikingGreat!RockyScramble

If you start via Pine Bend trail, the first two or so miles were pretty much flat, winding along the Pine Bend Brook. The last mile up to Scaur Ridge was then very steep. There were definitely some challenging scrambles. The views from North Tripyramid weren’t great, but Middle had some really nice views. Sabbaday trail drops you down fast for the first mile down the ravine, and then basically flat the last four miles. Saw beautiful Sabbaday Falls at the end. Overall good hike.

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Christopher Lemay
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M B
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Kristina Beadle
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Lance Ludka
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HikingScramble

Several river/ stream crossings.

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Conor Brown
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Cam Morris
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Pretty difficult, kinda muddy and hard to follow

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Leigh Copsey
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Hiking

Sabbaday trail got a lot of damage this winter. It was very easy to get off trail and had a hard time finding it again. It’s a beautiful trail but needs some TLC. The water crossings were very challenging and there are many of them. We were happy that we chose to hike up the Pine Bend and not the other way. Still plenty of snow up there.

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Joyce Marie
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Hiking

Beautiful trail lots of waterfalls and streams.

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