Hiking Waterfalls in Georgia and South Carolina - ADI00787

Hiking Waterfalls in Georgia and South Carolina: A Guide to the States' Best Waterfall Hikes
by Melissa Watson


  • Hiking Waterfalls in Georgia and South Carolina features more than 50 hikes to the most spectacular waterfalls in this two-state region—many along the mountainous border created by the Chattooga River and within easy access of each other. Discover a range of cascades, from roadside beauties to those set deep in the forest. From peaceful 10-foot Pigpen Falls to majestic 729-foot Amicalola Falls, and such beautiful places as Brasstown Falls, Raven Cliffs Falls, Yellow Branch Falls, Hemlock Falls, and Panther Creek Falls.
  • Featuring many of South Carolina State Parks Trails
  • Detailed maps; clear driving directions; starting points
  • GPS coordinates for trailheads and waterfalls
  • Many easily accessible roadside falls; hikes include average hiking time and difficulty rating
  • Average hiking time and difficulty rating for every featured route
  • Trail Finder including best hikes for backcountry camping, swimming holes, and the least (and most) populated trails
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