Trip Guide: Crow Creek Falls

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Crow Creek Falls is a series of drops as Crow Creek flows into Seed Lake.  This is a nice, shaded hike with plenty of solitude to enjoy as you walk and great photo ops! The cascades along Crow Creek start just off of the road as you drive on Crow Creek Road alongside Seed Lake.  As you hike along the … Read More

Bad Branch Falls

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Bad Branch Falls near Lakemont Georgia

Bad Brach Falls is a short hike off of the road just south of Seed Lake near Lakemont, GA.  The trail stops at the waterfall with steep canyon walls on either side, but rumor is that there’s more to explore upstream! Bad Branch Falls is about 5 miles west of Lakemont, GA in the northeast corner of the state.  The … Read More

Holcomb Creek Falls and Ammons Creek Falls

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Holcomb Creek Falls

Ammons Falls and Holcomb Creek Falls are east of Dillard in the very northeast corner of Georgia, nearly in North Carolina. Both falls are impressive, and the 120 foot drop of Holcomb Creek Falls will not disappoint. The trailheads to Ammons Falls and Holcomb Creek Falls are just a few miles east of Sky Valley, Georgia. From Sky Valley, you … Read More

Raven Cliff Falls

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Raven Cliff Falls

Hike the Raven Cliff Falls Trail to enjoy a scenic hike along moss-laden Dodd Creek and views of the upper and lower falls. The Raven Cliff Falls trailhead is just a couple of miles west of Helen on Highway 348.  The trailhead is about 0.5 miles beyond the trail for Dukes Creek Falls. At 4.8 miles round trip, this is … Read More

Dukes Creek Falls

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Dukes Creek Falls

Duke’s Creek Falls tumbles 150′ to the viewing platform at the end of a manageable 1 mile hike. The trailhead to Dukes Creek Falls is just a few miles west of Helen, Georgia.  The waterfall’s proximity to Helen and accessibility make it a popular destination. After leaving the Duke’s Creek Trailhead, the paved trail will lead you over a moderate … Read More

Blue Hole Falls

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Visit Blue Hole Falls along the High Shoals Fall trail in Georgia inside Chattahoochee National Forest for a beautiful wooded hike and gorgeous views of this long cascade waterfall as well as High Shoals 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 … Read More

Amicalola Falls

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Amicalola Falls

Amicalola Falls is the tallest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River at 729 feet and the park and lodge are a popular tourist destination for good reasons. Amicalola Falls is just north of Dawsonville in north Georgia, situated at the southern end of the Chattahoochee National Forest.  The falls are one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia, taking … Read More

DeSoto Falls

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DeSoto Falls

DeSoto Falls is actually a pair of waterfalls near Helen Georgia. Legend says that a piece of armor was discovered here from DeSoto’s exploration party in the 1500s. DeSoto Falls is just a few minutes west of Helen and offers a beautiful hike, especially in May when the rhododendron is blooming.  There isn’t much elevation change, so even though it’s … Read More

Panther Falls and Angel Falls

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Angel Falls

The hike to Angel Falls and Panther Falls is manageable for all ages and visits two beautiful waterfalls just north of Lake Rabun and Lake Rabun Road.  The trailhead to Panther Falls and Angel Falls is just east of Lake Rabun Beach Campground and is a nice hike for visitors at the campground or to Lake Rabun. From the trailhead, … Read More

Martin Creek Falls

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Martin Creek Falls

Martin Creek Falls is an accessible trip just east of Clayton, Georgia on Warwoman Road. The falls themselves consist of multiple drops with the largest about 30′ and significant flow. If you want a nice hike, you can walk from Warwoman Road on the Bartram Trail to see Martin Creek Falls.  If you’re not up for that kind of walk … Read More