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10 Must Visit Waterfalls in Georgia

Swarali Jambhale Jul 1, 2019
Waterfalls are soul-soothing and magnificent. You cannot miss out on these calming and beautiful ones in Georgia. Capture these waterfalls in your cameras and make memories for a lifetime.

Amicalola Falls

With a height of 729 feet, it is the highest waterfall in Georgia.

Climbers who get to the top, qualify for membership in the Canyon Climbers Club!

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Anna Ruby Falls

Anna Ruby falls is a twin waterfall with Curtis Creek on the left and York Creek on the right. It has secured the first position on the list of top attractions in Helen!

Toccoa Falls

Toccoa Falls is a 186-feet high waterfall!

Higher than the Niagara falls, it is one of the highest free-falling torrents in the east of the Mississippi River.

Helton Creek Falls

In less than a mile from Helen, Helton Creek Falls is a short easy walk making it family-friendly.

This fall is a series of two waterfalls in the Chattahoochee National Forest with a height more than 100 feet.

DeSoto Falls

They are located in Lumpkin County along Frogtown Creek.

Take an easy hike of 2.4 miles and feast your eyes upon the upper (nearly 200 ft), middle (80 ft) and the lower (20 ft) DeSoto waterfalls!

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Minnehaha Falls

Minnehaha Falls is roughly 100 feet tall; a series of cascading falls in Tallulah Falls, which are accessible after an easy hike of just 1.2 miles.

Ada - Hi Falls

The 0.2 mile hike to the waterfall of the highest elevation is unexpectedly pleasant!

Located in the Black Rock Mountain State Park, it is surrounded by a forest of rhododendron.

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Caledonia Cascade

Located along the South Rim Trail in the Rabun County, this 600-feet tall waterfall helps you exercise while you cover the hike distance of 0.7 miles.

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Cherokee Falls

Cherokee falls located in the Cloudland Canyon State Park was previously unnamed, but was later named in a contest!

It is just a hike of half a mile (a difficult one!) to Cherokee falls and further half a mile to get to the Hemlock Falls.

Sea Creek Falls

Visiting the Sea Creek Falls in winter and spring will be a sight to behold!

Situated in the Cooper Creek Recreation Area, Suches, Sea Creek Falls is just 0.1 mile hike away. The small pool beneath the waterfall allows you to dip your toes in the water!