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List of North Georgia Waterfalls

Amicalola Falls

Located within Amicalola State Park, the falls drop 729 feet in seven cascades; Amicalola is said to be the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi.

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Anna Ruby Falls

Two observation decks offer a beautiful view of the twin falls.

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Desoto Falls

A 2.5 mile trail begins at the bridge in the lower loop of DeSoto Falls Recreation Area.

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Dukes Creek Falls

Follow a .3 mile trail as it winds its way into Dukes Creek Gorge, and dead-ends across from the 300-foot Dukes Creek Falls.

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Fall Branch Falls

Fall Branch Falls is a double waterfall with mountain laurel and rhododendron growing along the trail and creek bank.

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Helton Creek Falls

There are two falls on Helton Creek near Blairsville.

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High Shoals Falls

Five falls in the 170 acre scenic area.

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Jacks River Falls

Located in the Cohutta Wilderness Area on the Jacks River, this beautiful waterfall is the most visited site in the Cohuttas.

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Long Creek Falls

Long Creek Falls is accessed via the Appalachian-Benton MacKaye Trails beginning at Three Forks.

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Raven Cliffs Falls

Approach trail is 2.5 miles in the Raven Cliffs Wilderness area.

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Sea Creek Falls

A 30-foot waterfall with a shallow pool at the bottom, about one hour from Blue Ridge.

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