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Anna Ruby Falls

Appalachian Trail

Arkaquah Trail

Bartram Trail

Beech Creek Loop

Black Rock Mountain

Brasstown Bald

Broad River Trail

Chattooga River Trl.

Foothills Trail

Glenn & Dry Falls

Lake Russell Trails

Panther Creek Trail

Raven Cliffs Trail

Shining Rock Mt.

Smith Creek Trail

Tallulah Gorge Trails

Whiteside Mt.

Yellow Mountain Trail

Trail Wild Flowers

Index of Wildflowers

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Raven Cliffs Trail

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Raven Cliffs Trail is located above Helen, GA off of Hwy 75 alt. on the Richard B. Russell Scenic Highway (GA 348 N.). The trail head is marked with a sign on the left side of the road approximately 2.5 miles north of the Hwy. 75 alt. intersection. The trail is 2.5 mi to the cliffs making it a nice 5 mile (round trip) hike through the forest following Dodd Creek. The trail stays close to this beautiful stream most of the way and offers many nice small waterfalls, and the pleasant sounds of gushing water. At 2.5 miles the trail ends at Raven Cliffs which are awesome rock cliffs that are approximately 125 ft. tall and there is a large split in the cliffs through which the creek flows to make a beautiful waterfall.

sign
The new parking area with restrooms.

trail
The trail stays close to Dodd Creek most of the way.

waterfall
Many nice photo opportunities along the trail!

waterfall 2
More beauty of rushing water!

cliffs
At 2.5 miles, you will see the massive rock cliffs.

split
The split in the rock cliffs through which Dodd Creek flows.

rock


Raven Cliffs Falls.
Raven Cliffs Falls (11/12/01)


Dodd Creek Falls.
Dodd Creek eventually forms this nice waterfall
at the junction with Dukes Creek Falls (02/5/02)


Dukes Creek Falls
Dukes Creek Falls cascades 250 ft. as Davis Creek joins
with Dodd Creek to become Dukes Creek. (02/5/02)


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