Sabbaday Falls by Christian Collins (New Hampshire Photo Spot)

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Sabbaday Falls - Photo by Christian Collins

Sabbaday Falls - Photo by Christian Collins

Sabbaday Falls has a tumbling 45′ total drop through a rugged ravine with handmade wooden rails and stairways surrounding one side of the falls. Sabbaday Falls was slowly formed roughly 10,000 years ago by large volumes of water from the last melting glacier. This water carried with it sand, gravel, and boulders, which eventually carved out the gorge. Set inside this gorge are two plunges and a gorgeous punchbowl at the top. (White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire, USA)

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