The trail follows lushly forested creek banks to a beautiful waterfall - not Georgia’s tallest, but remote and serene. The 6.5 mile trail is scenic and water-filled. It splashes through 20 creek crossings on the way to tumbling cascades and a quiet pool.
Unless you can fly, you can’t stay dry on this hike. Don’t worry if you can’t swim, the water is rarely deeper than knee deep. The trail is rough, rocky and moderately strenuous.
Please note: Transportation will be provided from the CRC to the falls for this trip.