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Sabbaday Falls Trail

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Sabbaday Falls Trail

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Decaf7 wrote a review Sep 2019
285 contributions551 helpful votes
Hike to the falls is short and easy; just right for little ones and those unaccustomed to hiking. And is is a Big Bang for your buck as your reward is a lovely waterfall. Gravel walkway is well maintained and there are wooden steps to go up so you can view things from higher perspective. Plenty of parking with restrooms at entrance. Path well travelled so you will have plenty of company.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Shatiel wrote a review Oct 2018
Belfast, United Kingdom747 contributions224 helpful votes
Beatiful falls that can be easily reached with a short stroll from the car park. The area can get a bit crowded but the falls deserve a visit. They can be seen in 30 minutes or so.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Twyningite wrote a review Sep 2014
Twyning, United Kingdom105 contributions40 helpful votes
A pleasant walk through the trees up a well made path brings you to a lovely waterfall. This place makes a very good interlude in peace and quiet , especially during a very hot day.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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Arlington2018 wrote a review Jun 2014
United States139 contributions36 helpful votes
There wasn't an option to just write family, there were no teenagers in our party. These falls were worth the short hike up a hill it's .3 to get there. The power of the falls and air you feel is breathtaking. There are some stops you can walk right up to the bottom part of the fall but be careful as I was there a guy broke his leg and there is no service to call 911 they had to carry him down and drive him down the highway to get help. Anyone is capable of doing this hike. There are picnic tables to eat at too and grills. I would deff. Do this again next year.
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ThoreauFan09 wrote a review Mar 2014
Fort Worth, Texas36 contributions12 helpful votes
We visited Sabbaday Falls during peak season, but arrived at this stop late in the day. There were many tourists, so the hike is definitely not a secluded adventure. While the hike is short, I still advise wearing good shoes and pants. Many tourists were wearing heels, sandals, and dresses... and were obviously struggling on the hilly trails. The view at Sabbaday Falls is not to be missed - absolutely gorgeous, with views from atop the waterfall and in the pool below.
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Date of experience: October 2013
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