Sabbaday Falls is a 0.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Conway, New Hampshire that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from June until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Scenic Waterfall, short easy hike for all ages Lovely small waterfall just 1/2 mile from the Kancamagus highway. A nice spot to stop for an easy refreshing hike. This hike can be make by people of all ages. There are benchs along the trail for people to rest. The trail has a mini loop around and above the falls with wooden rails. It is technically open in the summer / fall because it would be easy to slide into the river when it is icy or snowy. Use extreme caution if you visit it in the early spring or winter.
Short easy trail. Wide and clear. We hike with our young children and this was very fun for them.
Quick, easy trail with beautiful falls. A bit crowded.
Easy trail, busy but beautiful
Short and easy hike, but with awesome views of the falls!
Since we had a mild winter it was perfect to do a winter hike...and well worth it....
Great hike for the family. Wide smooth trail with a great bridge over the falls.
Beautiful waterfall view..
perfect short SHORT hike to stretch your legs..beautiful falls
Great hike, very easy.. Falls were beautiful!
Easy trail with a fast flowing waterfall and beautiful clear pools, awesome!
The boardwalks are still closed and have quite a bit of ice on them, but if you take the upper trail, you can easily come back down to the overlook bridge.
Nice short easy hike to the thawed out Falls. Great pictures to snap in varying light conditions - late afternoon.