Tallulah Gorge Trail

#1 of 3 trails in Tallulah Gorge State Park

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Tallulah Gorge Trail is a 8.5 mile out and back trail located near Lakemont, Georgia. The trail is primarily used for hiking.

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Robert Johnson (92)

7 Completed2 Reviews

Had my dogs with me so was only able to do the upper portion. Would love to go back and do the bottom half.

Melissa C. (45)

Loved it! Best swimming hole with a cool sliding rock!!!!

Nick O'Donnell (207)

6 Completed6 Reviews

My favorite hike in Georgia. The stairs are hard. Crossing the river at the beginning is tough. The slide and swimming at the end is awesome.

David Jordan (201)

5 Completed5 Reviews

Probably shouldn't have chosen the hottest day of the year to attempt all those steps. Beautiful views, though. Well worth it.

Megan Kerns (42)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Michael Maxwell (123)

2 Completed1 Reviews

A lot tougher than it actually looks lol.
There are stairs and a bunch of them. Take breaks and water.

Skyler Guinn (200)

11 Completed1 Reviews

Amazing views, perfect weather, great workout! Totally worth the $5!

Dheeraj Nambiar (107)

4 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful

Danielle Harber Lewis (506)

16 Completed17 Reviews

Gorgeous place and very unique! Be in shape and ready to climb stairs.... a lot of them.

Nick Tippens (269)

3 Completed3 Reviews

Tallulah Gorge is a must-visit if you're into breathtaking views. The various rim trails are extremely easy to wander around, and as long as you are ok with going up and down a lot of steps, it is not technically very difficult to hike down into the Gorge. Things get much more difficult if you go down to the Gorge floor, but that requires a permit from the visitor's center. The views up and down the Gorge are spectacular, with extreme elevation change, a rushing river, and several different waterfalls. One of the most accessible, enjoyable parks that North Georgia has to offer. Nearby Clayton is a great town to visit as well.

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