Fall Branch Falls Trail

MODERATE 82 reviews

Fall Branch Falls Trail is a 2.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Cherry Log, Georgia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
2.7 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
787 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

trail running

walking

forest

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

hiking
34 minutes ago

Definitely not an easy trail because it is mostly uphill and has huge roots in the ground that you have to watch out for, but other than that this trail is quite, peaceful and definitely beautiful! The waterfall is mesmerizing 

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3 days ago

Great trail for a short hike. The waterfall is a great reward.

hiking
3 days ago

hiking
4 days ago

Wonderful walk. Go early and take your time. Dogs loved it too !

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fishing
1 month ago

Easy trail, just went up far enough to see the falls. Short walk for a big pay off.

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1 month ago

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hiking
2 months ago

Nice hike to take with my family. Lots of people but everyone was nice. They looked like they are clearing out a new trail. My kid loved playing in the water.

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2 months ago

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hiking
2 months ago

The files are about .4 miles in on this 2 7 mile trail. The falls are beautiful, but the rest of this hike to Stanley gap trail does not offer a comparable views.

3 months ago

Very fast hike.

hiking
3 months ago

This is a super fast hike. From the road to the falls took us 15 minutes. We decided to go past the falls. This app takes you much past. All the way to Stanley gap. We worked our way back around to the road and then made it to our car. Decent outing. Lots of trash. We ended up leaving with more plastic water bottles than we could effectively carry.