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Sixty years ago, I visited Tallulah Gorge a few times, even camped at the base of the dam. When my parents traveled up the old US 441 we would stop at the gift store and novelty shop on the edge of the gorge. My wife...More
Tallulah Gorge itself is really something to see, and you can get a better view if you want to do some hiking. We took some of the easier hikes here, though they are still somewhat strenuous. The 350+ steps down to the footbridge over the...More
I absolutely love this place. Granted it is one of the most popular spots in North Georgia, the sights are worth it. Plus there's plenty of space on all the trails and whatnot to not deal with so many people (the further you go, the...More
This is an amazing group of waterfalls. There are some falls that require walking down and up many stairs but it’s worth it. I have a bad back and leg pain but I willed myself to doi it and it was worth every step,
Have been staying at Tallulah Falls for ten years and it never ceases to amaze me the beauty of the falls and surrounding area. Lots to do with hiking, just relaxing and side trips all around. A great State Park.
The hike to the bottom of Tallulah Gorge and back up will make you appreciate life as one wrong move could result in serious injury. The park only issues 100 permits to hike to the bottom of the Gorge each day (weather and special event...More
This is a beautiful state park featuring a beautiful waterfall and suspension bridge. There was another trail that went to a rock slide, however we did not go as the signs said it was intense. As it was, we climbed down and then up several...More
The interpretive center has full-sized dioramas of local plants and animals. There are a number of easy hikes, but to get to the major falls is an arduous trek 640 steps down and over a suspension bridge.
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Top trail is an easy walk and you can view all the falls from the top.. No you can't swim at the falls. The floor trail is the hardest and requires a permit. The swing bridge is very difficult because of the 300+ steps.