Days Inn Clayton

Address: 54 Highway 441, Clayton, Georgia, 30525, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 54 Highway 441, Clayton, is near Anna Ruby Falls, Southeastern Expeditions, and Main Street Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Clayton

    Chattagucci!

    A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Oct 24, 2014

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    ... on. Zev went first, trucking it up to the ledge where all of a sudden the route turned into a bouldering problem. It was indeed difficult, I found out later when I climbed. He couldn't figure it out at first so he came down and I gave it a try. When I got to the ledge it took me a couple minutes to figure out how to position my body to get over this intense section. There was a flat, slanted boulder that met a sharp slate sticking out under a slabby section on my left, and ...

    Franklin Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

    ... hike to stretch our legs. Following the trails, we crossed the bridge and turned right to stay on Big Laurel Falls Trail for about a half-mile to the waterfall. Big Laurel Falls is not a large waterfall, maybe 20 feet, but very scenic. It has an upper drop followed by a nice cascade. It’s also pretty remote so we had the falls to ourselves. But we couldn’t linger long as we still had more driving and little more hiking to complete before the sun ...

    Little Canada Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 21, 2014

    ... but the trail was actually even steeper going down. It was so steep, there was no standing up. All we could do was hold on to rhododendron branches and “monkey swing” down. Heading down, I though I heard voices, but assumed I must be hallucinating from the strenuous climb. Nobody else could be at Dismal Falls today. As we approached Dismal Creek, the trail leveled off, but was very overgrown and required a lot ...

    Highlands Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 20, 2014

    ... for a nice view of the bridge amidst the fall color. Several families were here at the rocks and we stopped to talk with them for a few minutes. Then it was time for more waterfalls. We continued driving down Bull Pen Road to Highlands and got on NC-106 to Glen Falls Scenic Area. There were quite a few cars in the parking lot, but we didn’t see a lot of people on the trail. The trail is about three-quarters of a mile ...

    Thompson River Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 19, 2014

    ... far. We initially passed the turn, despite using GPS, but found it easily after turning around when I realized we must have passed it. There was a cairn and several pieces of marking tape so I don’t know why we didn’t spot it the first time. The path down to Big Falls starts out gradual and deceivingly easy. Then it gets a little steeper and steeper and steeper. Fortunately, someone has tied ropes to the trees at some ...