Hiking Tallulah Gorge

Hiking Tallulah GorgeOn this fantastic October day, we took the Neal crew to Tallulah Falls State Park. Wow! What an incredible day hiking Tallulah Gorge. The scenery, water falls, rock formations and early fall colors made this one of those days we will always remember.

What you will experience is one of the largest canyons on the US east coast. Over 1,000 feet deep, you can expect to see 2 water falls, scenes along the mountain river, a trek across an 80 feet long suspension bridge and beautiful trees and flora along the trails. On the day we hiked, we saw an eagle land on one of the gorge rocky ledges.

This hike is not for the weak of heart or those who are not able to take on strenuous activities. Aside from the 2 plus miles of hiking through the gorge, there are around 1,200 steps, 600 down and 600 back up, that must be navigated to see the falls. If you’re able, it is worth every step. So take your time and enjoy all the sites and sounds that nature has to offer.

As always, I Love RV Life, Jerry

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Tallulah Falls State Park – http://gastateparks.org/TallulahGorge

Looking for other great hiking and waterfalls in Georgia? Check out out blog on Cloudland Canyon State Park – https://ilovervlife.com/trails-watefalls-cloudland-canyon/

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