Waterfall Guide to the North Georgia Mountains
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Waterfalls in Lumpkin County in the North Georgia Mountains
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Minnehaha Falls

Minnehaha Falls
Follow Minnehaha Trail along Fall branch .4 mile. to a dead end. Minnehaha Falls is approximately 100 ft., stair stepping all the way.

Directions: From Tallulah Falls, take U.S. 23-441 north for 3 mile. to Rabun Beach Recreation Area and turn left on Old 441. Go 2.5 mile. and turn left on Lake Rabun Road. Go 1 mile. past the Recreation Area and turn left on Low Gap Road (look for Flat Creek Community sign.) Follow Bear Gap Road (which forks to the left,) 1.5 mile. to trail on right side of road.

DeSoto Falls

Legend tells of piece Spanish armor Desoto Falls, in the North Georgia Mountainsfound near the falls that possibly belonged to explorer Fernando DeSoto or one of his men, during their hunt for gold. DeSoto Falls consist of five waterfalls located within a 650-acre recreation area. Three of the five waterfalls are along hiking trails that are maintained for easy access. The lower falls cascade about 20 feet. The middle falls drop 80 feet and is considered to be the most scenic. The upper falls drop 200 feet down a granite rock incline.

Directions: Take U.S. 129 north from Cleveland, 15 miles till you reach DeSoto Falls Recreation Area.


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