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Mar 27, 2014 - Tallulah Gorge

Thursday morning, we decide to change plans a bit. This would be the last day of nice weather, so we decided to head east and hit Tallulah Gorge. On the way, however, we wanted to get the waterfall that is perhaps Helen’s most famous - Anna Ruby Falls. After breakfast, we drove through Unicoi State Park to Anna Ruby Falls Recreation Area. After paying the fee, we hiked down the short paved trail to see the two waterfalls - Curtis Creek Falls and York Creek Falls, which combine to form Anna Ruby Falls. These waterfalls are named for Anna...

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May 10, 2009 - Foothills and Factoids

A drive through the southern Blue Ridge to Tallulah Falls - Sunday, May 10 The drive from Amicalola Falls to Tallullah Falls is either 85 miles if you’re in a hurry, or 115 miles if you’re riding with us. You’re riding with us. We take the scenic route. Of course they’re all scenic here, but the drive that Madolyn picked is a route that passes through the southern foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. And you thought we said yesterday that we’re in the Appalachians. Well we did, and we are. We’re in both. Confused? Explanation Number 1:...

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2009 Spring 2 Fall

May 17, 2007 - Tallulah Falls , Georgia

Not much happened today .... just mostly rode in the back seat of my peoples Ford F-150 crew cab truck. Gary got this ramp for us to be able to get in the back seat . I can jump up on the front seat to get into the back , but my bud Stormy has some hip pain and just cant jump around like we have done in the past. Some times we can hang our heads out the side windows to see what is going on outside. Gary discovered a burned out taillight on the camper , so we stopped to get a few lights at an auto supply store that was just down the street...

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Feb 27, 2005 - Tallulah Gorge State Park

One of the most spectacular gorges in the eastern U.S, the chasm is two miles long and nearly 1,000 feet deep. The river drops almost 600 feet in elevation before it joins the Chattoga River, forming the Tugaloo. There are five major waterfalls located in the bottom of the gorge. L’Eau d”Or(46’), Tempesta (76’), Hurricane (96’) Oceana (50’) and Bridal Veil (17’), Across Hurricane is a suspension bridge. Water is controlled into the gorge and five weekends in April and November water volumes are released for whitewater rafting of between...

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