The main gorge at Sabbaday Falls was allegedly carved over 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. The punchbowl, which is 5 feet in height, falls peacefully into a circular pool about 4 feet wide. Immediately after, Sabbaday Brook plunges about 22 feet. After landing, the waters of the brook turn right, and immediately plunge another 8 feet. There are walking bridges and steps so everyone will be able to see all three parts of this fall. There's also a lower pool, which has exceptionally clear water.