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.
Caledonia Cascade Falls – Trip Details
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 Trail to catch the best views.
An added benefit is that the south rim trail doesn’t have nearly the elevation changes as others in the park that descend to the bottom of the 1000′ deep gorge.
This hike will also take you by the Wallenda tower that was used as an anchor point for Karl Wallenda’s famous tight rope crossing of Tallulah Gorge in 1970. So, you git a bit of history and gorgeous views of nature too!
Some of the other highlights of the South Rim Trail include Tempesta Falls and Hurricane Falls. Further along, you can also catch glimpses of Oceana Falls deep in the gorge.
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First, check out our other page highlighting the falls on the Tallulah River in the gorge.
If you still need some time to fill out a day or weekend, there are plenty of other opportunities nearby. You can visit Angel Falls and Panther Falls north of Lake Rabun nearby. Just as close, there is Minnehaha Falls just south of the lake.
If you’re looking for more of a challenge, the hike to Panther Creek Falls is a long one with a great reward. Check out our page on Panther Creek Falls for more details.