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Great trail in the burbs!! Walking along the river and couple of elevation is great!

hiking
15 hours ago

Need to plan next time to stay here and maybe stay in one of the yurts. Only got to do the loop and one of the falls - Cherokee. So need to go back and do the other trails and falls.

Very nice views. I love water falls and this trail is amazing!

hiking
1 day ago

Easy trail that anyone of any age can enjoy.

Very beautiful sets of falls. However mileage is closer to 1.45 in and 1.45 out to the road trailhead for a total of about 2.9 to 3 miles RT. Whoever posted this and said 1.1 in and 1.1 out must have been at the Rabun Beach campground trailhead. Trail is easy/moderate to the second set of falls and then moderate/difficult to the final and third set of falls. Overall worth the 3 miles.

Relatively short and easy to moderate hike that offers good views of Atlanta at the top. The trail itself is well marked and clean. It is steep at times and has a few switchbacks, but nothing too crazy. The observation deck at the top is nice, but there are so many trees that views of Buckhead and Atlanta are somewhat obstructed.

Parking can be a challenge on weekends--either circle through the lot and wait for someone to leave or park about half a mile away at the overflow lot.

hiking
2 days ago

Beautiful hike! Be prepared for lots of stairs!

hiking
2 days ago

Love this trail! Amazing views up top and stunning waterfalls below!

great all around family trail.
we hiked this trail on the last Sunday and it was simply great.
family of 5 and even the 3 old kid managed to do most of it.
we haven't complited all of the trail but completed around 3/4 of it.

hiking
3 days ago

Nice scenery. Trail really isn’t well marked, so the map is very helpful. Lightly traveled. Would go back.

Very beautiful trail, people say it’s well trafficked but when I went one day during the week, and barely saw people out there. I went later in the day, passed by the campsite and there were people down there but I only passed 2-3 people/groups on the trail, so the seclusion made it even better.

Just like people say, it’s pretty anticlimactic if you choose not to make the little extra climb at the end to get up to see the waterfall, but you still pass by some on the way,

Breathtaking views. Easy to follow trail. Will definitely hike again. Hikes 9/18.

Love it.

This trail has two points of entry, one is at the top and you come down through the falls or you can come up the gulch from the valley floor via the Canyon Estates entry. We already went to the falls and didn't want to subject ourselves or our dog to the 600+ steps from the top down. The trek up the valley is a pleasant 2 mile walk with various changes in elevation. The trail is wide enough for two people to hike side by side. There are some paths off the the main trail that lead to pools. It can be slippery. but your dog can have a dip to cool off. If you plan to go to the falls, please bring some boots for your dog. The grate steps and grate bridge can hurt and possibly injure their feet.

easily one of my fav waterfalls in this area..easy hike to two great falls.

great hike in early spring when the flowers are blooming...great hike all around..bring a picnic lunch and have it on the flat rocks. you're welcome

Great trails for running and hiking.

2018.09.11 We came in from the West rim campground. Nice walk to the steps. You go down from there, then you can split right to Hemlock or left to Cherokee. The majority of the 600 steps are down to Hemlock. It rained the day before. The falls were running. If you love your dog please get a set of boots for them. The grate steps will be ruff on their toes and pads.

Easy and nice trail!

Fantastic trail for in town. Best time to hike is during the week to avoid the throngs of people on the weekend. Challenging sections exist.

Enjoyed this series of waterfalls and the deep gorge. Lots of stairs but worth the walk.

Paved walking trail with moderate elevation. Great for most skill levels with benches along the way to catch your breath.

decent trail. clean. family friendly.

Love both Falls. Easy hike. It’s less crowded to go in the winter but anytime is beautiful

This was a very quaint family friendly park with plenty of picnic tables and grills to use.

Nice hike! I added the waterfalls at the end of the loop. Those stairs are a workout! Definitely would return.

Good easy hike. Once you're down to the river you can go off trail and it gets way more challenging!

hiking
10 days ago

Unique in that you are constantly aware that you are walking through the aftermath of what water does over time. Disappointing though because it’s been so dry as of late (today’s date 9/8/2018) that the waterfalls are nothing more than dribbles, leaving the pools of water to be a bit stagnant in areas.
Very much worth your time to hike, but don’t expect to see a flowing river in this park right now.

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