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Falls Branch Falls, Cherrylog

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  • Small waterfall area in part of the national forest. Beware dirt road. There are other short hiking trails down the road but the road is very narrow and also dirt until right before it runs into Aska ...  more »
  • The short hike up to the falls was nice. It is close to the parking area. The REAL fun is hiking up the Benton MacKaye Trail right next to the falls. My phone app said we went up 35 floors. We came to...  more »
  • This place is fine but the falls are just ok. There are many better places in North Georgia for falls. Check out Desoto, Raven Cliffs, upper Chattahoochi, Amicalola, or Anna Ruby.  more »
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  • The water was barely flowing in May. Rocks were manhandled by people and stacked up. Was very crowded on a Sunday. The trail is uphill with roots everywhere. Not a bad short hike for novice. This waterfall spot just seemed to trampled on for my liking. The road traveled was beautiful and paved most of the way.
  • Awesome little hike to a great waterfall and nice area. Very pretty.
  • Cool little waterfall. The trail to the falls is fairly short, but it is uphill to the falls (downhill back) and rather rocky. People that are unsure on their feet should not attempt it. If you are a rule-follower, you should probably also pass because there is a sign at the falls saying not to climb on the falls because you will cause erosion. Yeah, I'm sure a few thousand people a year are going to cause significant erosion compared to hundreds of thousands of years of 24-hours a day water flowing over the falls. Anyway, what's the point of going to the falls if you can't get an up-close look at it or get a photo in front of it? Also be aware that a good portion of the road to and from the falls is dirt/gravel, so if you value the paint job on your vehicle greatly, you should also steer clear.
  • Short, fun walk. After seeing the falls, walk further up the trail for more stream views.
  • Flip flops are Not recommended, and it's probably closer to 15 minutes. The trail itself is rocky and a pretty steep grade. Plenty of parking. Road from the South is gravel for 5 miles. From the north, only the last half mile is unpaved. All that said... If I'm in the area, I'd definitely go again,