Tired of Spending Spring Break at the Beach? Try Some Waterfalls in the Southeast

Spring break is among us! Looking for some amazing destinations other than those crowded beaches that everyone seems to go to? Don’t worry, I have you covered. Whether you live near Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia, or North Carolina, there are tons of wonderful waterfalls to occupy your spring break. I have put together a few of … Read moreTired of Spending Spring Break at the Beach? Try Some Waterfalls in the Southeast

Georgia’s Highest Point on the Appalachian Trail

Blood Mountain Summit       Blood Mountain is most notably known as the highest peak on the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail. Standing at 4458 feet at its summit makes it the sixth tallest mountain in the State. Some believe the origin of its name came from a bloody battle between the Cherokee … Read moreGeorgia’s Highest Point on the Appalachian Trail

Toccoa River Swinging Bridge – A Favorite North Georgia Destination

     Noted as one of the most scenic sections of the Toccoa River, this unique footbridge is a popular year-round attraction for day hikers and campers along with those kayaking or canoeing the Toccoa River Canoe Trail. It spans an impressive 265 feet across the Toccoa River which makes it the longest swinging bridge … Read moreToccoa River Swinging Bridge – A Favorite North Georgia Destination

My “Top 5” short hike waterfalls in North Georgia

  Although there are hundreds of waterfalls in the North Georgia Mountains, I have compiled this list of my top 5 easy access waterfalls that most everyone can visit. Each of these I consider a short hike being they’re 1-mile or less. Blue Hole Falls       This waterfall is the first of two … Read moreMy “Top 5” short hike waterfalls in North Georgia

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