nature trips


wild flowers

dog friendly





trail running

dogs on leash

kid friendly

The Chattahoochee National Forest covers 749,689 acres in north Georgia, managed by six ranger districts. Over 40 percent of the land in Fannin County is national forest land (106,000 acres). 40,006 acres are located in the Cohutta Ranger District and 66,097 in the Blue Ridge Ranger District. The forest receives more than 10 million visitors each year.

Easy hike and the cliffs are amazing.

2 days ago

I wasn't impressed with this trail, the waterfall however was beautiful. the trail itself is nothing. no wildflowers, boulders or anything that caught my attention. very easily hiked trail, a bit of an incline on the way back. not much of a hiking trail, left a bit to be desired.

A little long for a recreational hike but it's worth it. The falls were excellent.

7 days ago

Really nice easy hike. Follows the creek; gradual ascents; the babble of the creek follows you almost the entire trail.

7 days ago

Easily hiked trail. Waterfalls are GORGEOUS!

7 days ago

Definitely a moderate trail. Lots of debris on trail after the remnants of hurricane Irma blew through.

Beautiful trail. If going to the HikeInn be sure to take this trail as opposed to the AT approach trail. Hiked both and the HikeInn trail is much more rewarding.

Excellent 4.8 mile hike. Steady, slow uphill (500 ft) climb into one of the most interesting falls I've seen. Very worn trail with tons of exposed roots. There is a couple of small sections of scrambles mixed in. The unique Falls make this one of my favorite so far.

Hiked from Tesnatee to Wolf laurel top and back. Nice hike with two good views. One view at cow rock which is at .8 miles then next view at Wolf Laurel top at about the 2 mile mark. I would rate as moderate physically.