Posts Tagged ‘ Georgia Waterfalls ’

Tallulah Gorge–North Rim Trail, South Rim Trail

January 16, 2012
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Tallulah Gorge–North Rim Trail, South Rim Trail

  Difficulty: Easy Length: 4 Miles Starting from the Terrora Day Use, hikers can access both the North Rim and South Rim of Tallulah Gorge, as well as gain excellent views of the Dam and Tallulah lake that sit above it. North Rim Trail Starting near the restrooms at the entrance to the Day...

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Toccoa Falls, Georgia

January 8, 2012
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Toccoa Falls, Georgia

Length: Less than 0.2 miles Difficulty: Easy Located within the Toccoa Falls College campus, Toccoa Falls is a 186’ waterfall, one of Georgia’s tallest (though not the tallest, that honor belongs to Amicalola Falls). The Falls is, however, one of the best views of a freefalling waterfall one can have. The hike to the...

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Ravens Cliff Falls–Helen, GA

January 7, 2012
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Ravens Cliff Falls–Helen, GA

  Length:  2.5 miles one way Difficulty:  Easy Hike to the Falls, Difficulty Rock Scramble to Falls Overlook Ravens Cliff Falls is a three cascade waterfall located just outside of Helen, Georgia in Ravens Cliff Wilderness. The hiking trail to the falls runs parallel to the falls is a relatively flat hike, with only...

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Amicalola Falls – Base of Falls Trail

October 13, 2010
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Amicalola Falls – Base of Falls Trail

Distance: 1.0 Miles (one way) Difficulty: Moderate to Strenuous The Visitor’s Center to Amicalola Falls State Park is a great place to begin the approach to Georgia’s highest waterfall. While it is possible to drive very close to the falls and hike to the falls along the very short West Ridge Falls Access, hiking...

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West Ridge Falls Access – Amicalola Falls

January 10, 2009
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West Ridge Falls Access – Amicalola Falls

Length: 0.3 miles Difficulty: Easy Blaze: White The West Ridge Falls Access is a shorter approach to trail to Amicalola Falls. The upside to the trail is that it is a quick walk to a beautiful waterfall. The downside is that you miss out on the hike alongside Amicalola Creek, and the reflection pool...

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