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... it hiking, I thought to
myself. We got down to a clearing in front of the falls and got some
pictures and videos then started making our way back up. With the wet
rocks, this was a bit of a challenge, but we made it. This is
definitely not a trail for people with a fear of heights. We also
stopped at the Waterfall at the Top of Panther Creek Falls and to view
the cascades above the waterfalls, then started making our way back. ...
... Campground and
parked. Despite the poor weather, there were several groups camping
here, some of whom had drove campers and RVs. I was impressed that they
could get those large vehicles down the narrow, winding gravel forest
road. Past the campsite, we first made the short hike to Horse Trough
Falls, a beautiful 70-foot cascading waterfall on the headwaters of the
Chattahoochee River. The ledges over which ...
... early, so on the way back to Helen, we stopped to visit
Toccoa Falls. Although it’s on the private property of Toccoa Falls
College, the college allows public access for a nominal $2 fee. We paid
at the gift shop and walked back to see the waterfall. This was a
really exceptional waterfall with a 180-foot plunge off a sheer cliff.
We walked around a bit and climbed on the boulders some to shoot the
... up the trail. It was getting into the evening,
but we still had time for a couple more quick waterfalls. Back towards
Helen, we turned on Poplar Stump Road to Chattahoochee River Road,
parallel to GA-17, and drove along the river. The paved road turned to
gravel and after a few miles, we parked where the road crossed Double
Culvert Branch. Although there wasn’t much of a trail, we hiked
upstream along the creek. We got to ...
... take a true zero today. When I woke up it was raining. The left foot is still sore a little (I had a small crack on the bottom of my foot, walking through all the rain/dirt/mud gave me an infection. I have been keeping it clean, and the swelling is going down - but it is still warm to the touch. I don't want to take any medicine , everyone knows how I feel about allowing the body to handle these things on its own.) , and that ...