Raven Cliff Falls Trail is a 4.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Helen, Georgia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
off road driving
From Cleveland Ga, take Hwy 129 North out of CLeveland approx 5 miles to Alt. 75 (a sign will point west to Scenic Route) Go west on Alt 75 for approx 4-5 miles to Hwy 348 (Richard Russell Scenic Hwy) Go North approx 3-4 miles to Trialhead on Right.
Awesome trail and great views. The dogs had a blast too.
Lots of people.
Great trail! Tons of spots for my dog to get in the water! Highly trafficked causing some difficulty on the narrow parts of the trail
I wouldn't call this trail moderate, very easy. Might be just a tad challenging at the end with the rocks.
absolutely beautiful and evergreen. not too strenuous. 3 different sections of the waterfall, and there are some places which are great to get in the water.
This is one of my favorite hikes in Georgia! There is so much scenery throughout the whole entire hike. Many places to stop and take a dip in the river. The trail itself is easy with a little steep part at the end to the cliffs. The cliffs are beautiful, the pictures don't show the absolute beauty of this place.
First family hike and it was amazing! Kept my teengers engaged to the very end! What a way to start the new year!Well worth the trip!
Great trail. Very slippery with the mud and rocks. A couple of steep inclines on the way up. Definitely wear good hiking shoes and you might want to use walking stick. People sometimes leave them at the start of the trail. Good hike with the dogs. Did it at a brisk pace with only a few stops in about 2 hours. Beautiful falls. We saw some people camping there too!
Easy hike back to the falls about 2.5 miles in. Can be a bit muddy so bring good hiking shoes. The main falls are about 50 feet or so high and wedged between two massive rock faces. If you are feeling adventurous you could rock scramble and use the roots to climb the right side up to the top of the falls. There is another water fall up top behind the big one. BE CAREFUL up there. Very steep, loose ground and a long way down.