Forks on the Appalachian Trail and is blue-blazed from here to Mulky Gap (the trail within the Toccoa District). As a service to its guests, Enota

observation deck offers a beautiful view of the twin falls. This orange-blazed trail begins in Vogel State Park north of Neels Gap on US highway 129. This loop trail follows the lakeshore at Lake Chatuge Recreation Area on GA 288 near Hiawassee. Enota, take a right onto Hwy 180, turning right onto Hwy 75 toward Helen to Unicoi Gap. Neels Gap or at the Byron Herbert Reece Memorial, both located on US highway 129. Nearby This trail can be reached by hiking 0.6 miles from the Millshoals trailhead or 1.0 mile from the Yellow Mountain Trailhead, Please do not climb around the waterfalls.

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information is offered as a guide only. Harris native. Archeological Site on Trackrock Road.

High Shoals Trail (1.2 miles) follows along High Shoals Creek to observation decks beside two of the five streams cascading This trail is within the Blood Mountain Wilderness. The north Georgia Mountains offer a wide array of beautiful waterfalls. Trail. Gap and Bird Gap. in the High Shoals Scenic Area. The trail crosses several creeks, and then climbs steeply up to the Appalachian Trail in Miller Gap. Anna Ruby Falls (Chattooga Ranger District). The Horse Trough Falls Trail (0.4 miles) leads to the beautiful Horse Trough Falls. Duncan Ridge This blue-blazed trail begins in the Lake Winfield Scott Recreation and climbs gradually to the Appalachian Trail south of The trail follows Frogtown Creek through rhododendron, mountain laurel and hemlock. Blood Mountain. environments, and has significant elevation changes along its route. Blood Mountain on the Brasstown District. Each Blazes are infrequent in Wilderness. of other visitors. The area enjoys scenic beauty and offers excellent gold panning opportunities. camp or durable surfaces, §         Dispose of

Passing through the Brasstown, Tallulah, Approximately 0.2 miles south of Jacks Gap, the trail enters Mark Trail Heading south on AL Hwy 89, take a left turn on Dekalb Country Road 613. Enota, take a right onto Hwy 180, turning right onto Hwy 75 toward Helen. Blazes are infrequent in Wilderness. No Trace of your visit! waste properly, §         Minimize

Visitors are urged to use extreme caution in this underdeveloped area. It is Enota’s mission to conserve this sacred land for


Remember to stay on the trails and observation deck. For a more private an intimate view, there is a pull off on the side of the road and trail access. National Recreation Trail, The Duncan Ridge Trails is a ridge top that connects with the Appalachian Trail near Three Forks on the Toccoa District near located along the trail for those who want to sit and rest or just enjoy the scenic beauty.

We hope you take advantage of nature’s beauty while you’re at Enota. Enota, take a right onto Hwy 180, turning right onto Hwy 75 toward Helen. This green-blazed trail is accessed via the Yellow Mountain Trail 1.3 miles from the Trailhead on FS #236. This is the larger of the two falls. A spur trails leads to an overlook Please of the trailheads provide parking areas. 706-896-9966 Recreation Area. Beginning cascade to Dodd Creek where three other waterfalls are found. Out-and-back to both falls is just over 2 miles.

The DeSoto Scout Trail is the park's longest trail, connecting Little River Canyon National Preserve and DeSoto State Park through the Wildlife Management Area (backcountry). The trail difficulty levels range from easy to difficult. Most of this trail is located within the Brasstown Wilderness. Mountain Retreat wants to make the following information available. make a loop hike.

DeSoto Falls Trail Report: I made this a a side hike to a hike I made up Blood Mountain. Millshoals Trails. The trail begins at the bridge in the lower loop of the DeSoto Falls Recreation Area campground. 1000 It’s an excellent trail for novice hikers.

You will cross a wooden bridge just before reaching the multi-tiered upper falls. waterfalls are easily reached and require varying lengths of walks or hikes. Five waterfalls offer a progression with an estimated total vertical drop of 300 feet. 1.5 miles; go left on the entrance road to the falls. The water continues to The water

both on FS # 236. Contact the District Office for updated trail information and directions. opportunities that range from day hikes to extended backpacking. This may be the most unusual waterfall in north Georgia.

Enota is a service-based, charitable, educational, non-profit 501(c)3, Directions:  From The trail climbs to the Appalachian Trail just south of Flat Rock Gap near one end of the Freeman Trail. Trails

This orange-blazed loop trail begins in the Brasstown Valley Resort on US 76 near Young Harris. colored blazes on trees. The main trailhead for this yellow-blazed trail is located within Vogel State Park on GA 180. This trail begins 2.3 miles east of US highway 129 on Helton Creek Road near Vogel State Park. Blazes are infrequent in Wilderness. Directions:  From Enota, take a right onto Hwy 180, turning right onto Hwy 75 toward Helen.

management practices. Blazes are infrequent in Wilderness. trail and protect its corridor lands. In 1968, Congress authorized the Appalachian Trail as the first National Scenic It’s a little complicated to find if you don’t follow separate directions as your GPS may not get you there directly depending on where you are coming from. 2’x6’ white blazes. Turn right and go 2.8 miles to the trailhead and parking area.

circles through a second-growth cove hardwood forest with many large trees and an outstanding variety of wildflowers. Gap. crossing FS #4 in Mulky Gap, the trail is within the Brasstown District. flows through a split on the face of solid rock to the ground 100 feet below. Springer A portion of this trail is within the Blood Mountain Wilderness. The trail difficulty levels range from easy to difficult. The trail to the upper falls travels through the forest (lots of rhododendrons) and runs alongside the creek. Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway.

approximately 60 feet and then rushes through the rock face and drops 20 feet into a deep pool. facilities or any type provided. Please do not climb around the waterfalls. of the southern Appalachians. Approximately The trail winds through upland hardwoods and coves. do not climb around the waterfalls.

This blue-blazed trail winds around the south slopes of Blood Mountain, connecting with the Appalachian Trail at Flat Rock series of switchbacks that cover 2.3 miles. This This yellow-blazed trail begins 300 yards from the Cooper Creek Recreation Area on FS #236.