Denton Branch Falls

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Denton Branch Falls

Denton Branch Falls is a beautiful little single drop fall in North Georgia just short of the North Carolina border. You’ll see some beautiful mountains on the way in and be sure to plan for a day without cellular service! Just north of Chapple Lane on Tate City Road, you’ll find a rustic road cut into the woods on the … Read More

Dicks Creek Falls

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Dicks Creek Falls is a decent-sized multiple drop waterfall in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest north of Dahlonega, Georgia. It can get pretty crowded on the weekends in the summer due to the nice swimming hole below the falls and the short walk to get there. You can get to Dicks Creek Falls by travelling north on Highway … Read More

Sylvan Mill Falls

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Sylvan Mill Falls

Sylvan Mill Falls and the neighboring bed and breakfast is an easier overnight stay than many of the camping options around and has the luxury of a waterfall to enjoy. Sylvan Falls is just west of Black Rock Lake and west of Mountain City. The B&B offers a working grist mill and reasonable nightly rates accompanied by the sound of … Read More

Fall Branch Falls

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Fall Branch Falls

Fall Branch Falls, just south of Blue Ridge, is a series of cascades dropping about 75 feet with two main sections.  The short hike on the Benton-MacKaye Trail is accessible for all ages. Fall Branch Falls is just a mere 1/4 mile west of Rock Creek Road along the popular Benton MacKaye Trail.  As an easy walk from the road, … Read More

Mud Creek Falls

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Mud Creek Falls

Mud Creek Falls just below the lake at Sky Valley is an impressive 100 foot waterfall at all times of year and really shows its power after a heavy rain.  While not as tall as Estatoah Falls just downstream, the accessibility makes up for it. Mud Creek Falls is just below the dam on the lake at Sky Valley.   After … Read More

Glen Falls

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Glen Falls

Glen Falls can be a very impressive site after a soaking rain and retreat substantially in dry weather into a crevace in the rock.  So, be sure to plan accordingly. There is a paved pull-off on Ochs Highway just beyond Sanders Road.   Despite it’s proximity to Chattanooga, the trail and waterfall is not as highly trafficked as you might expect. … Read More

Caledonia Cascade Falls

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Caledonia Cascade Falls

The Caledonia Cascade Falls is a 600 foot waterfall that falls into the bottom of Tallulah Gorge at Tallulah Gorge State Park. The best views of the falls are from the South Rim of the gorge. The trails to the bottom of the gorge don’t offer much opportunity to enjoy Caledonia Cascade. Instead, you can stick to the South Rim … Read More

Vickery Creek Falls

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Vickery Creek Falls

While it’s a man-made waterfall over a spillway, Vickery Creek Falls, the covered bridge, and mills at Roswell Mill make this a great hike or run close to the city. Roswell Mill offers Civil War era ruins, an impressive waterfall over the historic spillway dam, and a covered bridge all within minutes of the city. Plus, the scenic trail network … Read More