Waterfalls in the Habersham County in the North Georgia Mountains
Follow Minnehaha Trail along Fall branch .4 mile. to a dead end. Minnehaha Falls is approximately 100 ft., stair stepping all the way.
Directions: From Tallulah Falls, take U.S. 23-441 north for 3 mile, to Rabun Beach Recreation Area and turn left on Old 441. Go 2.5 mile. and turn left on Lake Rabun Road. Go 1 mile. past the Recreation Area and turn left on Low Gap Road (look for Flat Creek Community sign.) Follow Bear Gap Road (which forks to the left,) 1.5 mile. to trail on right side of road.
Panther Creek Falls
Panther Creek Falls Trail is 5.5 mile. in length and runs along Panther Creek over steep, rocky bluffs of the creek. After passing several cascades you'll come to Panther Creek Falls. The trail ends where Panther Creek merges with Davidson Creek. Trout fishers enjoy the stream while Hikers should be cautious of rocky overhangs.
Directions: Take U.S. 23-441 north from Clarkesville for 10 miles to the Panther Creek Recreation Area. The western end of the trail starts across the highway from the recreation area. The eastern end of the trail is accessible by driving west on Yonah Dam Road.
Caution: Keep in mind, waterfalls are beautiful, but they are not to be climbed on, they can be dangerous, people have been seriously injured and in some cases have lost their lives climbing on waterfalls, they are posted for a reason, so enjoy while you are there and take a photo home to remember.
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