Estatoah Falls

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Upper Estatoah Falls wide web

Estatoah Falls is a captivating site as you climb to Sky Valley on Highway 246. While there is no hike or fall access to the lower falls, you can use the pulloffs on the road to enjoy the view and visit the upper falls near the covered bridge at Sky Valley . Estatoah Falls is the result of Mud Creek … Read More

Anna Ruby Falls

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Anna Ruby Falls

Beautiful Anna Ruby Falls is a destination you won’t want to miss.  This unique 150′ cascade actually consists of twin waterfalls of creeks that converge at the summit and crash down together. 1.75 mi round trip Awesome View Kids OK Dogs OKLocation: Near Tallulah Ranger District in Chattahoochee National Forest Georgia (maps & directions)Gear: Our favorite snacks and camera gear … Read More

High Shoals Falls

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Visit High Shoals Falls and Blue Hole Falls on one trip inside Chattahoochee National Forest for a beautiful wooded hike and gorgeous views of this long cascade waterfall as well as Blue Hole Falls. The Blue Hole Falls and High Shoals Fall hike is about 2.5 miles down and back. At the end of mile 1, you’ll be rewarded with … Read More

Emery Creek Falls

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Emery Creek Falls

Ready to visit for a secluded waterfall? Then be sure to visit Emery Creek Falls in northern Georgia inside Chattahoochee National Forest. If you are ready to get wet and up for a challenge, this hike is for you! The Emery Creek trail head is found just off of Old CCC Camp Road outside of Chatsworth, Georgia. With a round … Read More

Panther Creek Falls

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Panther Creek Falls is one of the most visited waterfalls in the state and offers substantial flow during most times of the year. The wide cascading falls and sizable pool at the base make this a popular destination. Panther Creek Falls is a worthy destination, but you’ll have to work for it. You have a couple of options. There is … Read More

Long Creek Falls

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Just north of Dahlonega, GA, be sure to visit Long Creek Falls. The trail hugs a creek and is found just off of the Appalachian Trail. The trail head is at the end of a rough 5 mile road (US Forestry Service Road 58), so driving a car is not recommended. Once you arrive at the trail head, the hike … Read More

Jacks River Falls

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Jacks River Falls is located in the Cohutta Wilderness and is a beautiful 80 foot cascading waterfall in north Georgia. It’s a tough hike with several creek crossing and about 9 miles total, so be sure you’re prepared for this one. Jacks River Falls can be accessed by two different trails. One is the more popular options and is 9 … Read More

Tallulah Gorge State Park Falls – L’Eau d’Or Falls, Hurricane Falls, Oceana Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls

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Tallulah Gorge in northeast Georgia inside Tallulah Gorge State Park offers several notable falls to enjoy as you climb down and back out of this 1000′ deep gorge cut into the rock of north Georgia. Your trip to Tallulah Gorge could score views of 5 notable waterfalls along with the workout that you’re almost sure to get. Though there are … Read More

Keown Falls

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While it’s seasonal, Keown Falls is at the end of a nice hike. There’s a viewing platform near the top of John’s Mountain just past the falls to enjoy at the end of your walk too! The hike to Keown Falls in northwest Georgia near Calhoun is a 1.7 mile round trip hike up to the falls and back down. … Read More