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Falls Branch Falls, Cherrylog

(4.2/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • 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 »
  • Hiked this one on Christmas Day with the family - super easy to reach, comes up on google maps app which will take you right to parking area - only last 1/4 mi is on unpaved road, the rest paved - ~30...  more »
  • Takes no time at all to get up the falls. Provided there's been enough rain, you will be greatly rewarded with the double waterfall. You can press on further, too, if you are feeling spry!  more »
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  • 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.
  • 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,
  • Great for little kids. we took longer getting the kids and dog out of the car then it did to hike to the lower falls. It literally took about 5 minutes to get to and alot of people hiked in flip flops. Nice to let the kids play in the water at the lower fall. Unfortunately, so many people take advantage of the man made unofficial trails going up to the middle falls that the ground is eroding. People please stay on the trail. Also, if you want a little adventure, take Rock Creeek Road and you get to drive a gravel road through Rich Mountain Wilderness and experience the outdoors. Any car or SUV should make it. it's an easy drive and you get to experience the woods. You'll also see the Aska Trails turn off if you decide to do some more hiking.
  • My wife enjoyed getting her toes wet while I took photos. Decent falls too
  • It was a self guided trail that was running along beside a little Creek with multiple little falls. The weather was amazing and the few people we saw along the trail were very friendly.