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A Walk Back in Time: Cloudland Canyon State Park

Rising Fawn, GA

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A Walk Back in Time: Cloudland Canyon State Park is a 5.8 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Rising Fawn, GA that features a river. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and nature trips.

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Stringers Ridge Trail
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Stringers Ridge Trail
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Stringers Ridge Trail
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Fun trail near downtown. A couple of the more difficult loops were a little overgrown.

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Stringers Ridge Trail
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Mullens Cove Loop Trail
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It's was an awesome trip. We went the wrong way but it e ended up being a blessing in disguise. We stayed the night at Indian Rock House after hiking the loop. It had some great lookouts and the rock house was super dope to make camp at.

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Stringers Ridge Trail
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4 Completed 1 Reviews

Urban wilderness. Close enough to work/ home I can get a loop in an hour. Convenient nature... Can't beat that!

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Glen Falls Trail
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Snoopers Rock Trail
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Beautiful view!

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Ruby Falls
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

this shouldn't be on a trail site. it's a VERY touristy area. You're charged $20 a person to stand in an overcrowded, really hot cave for several hours. it's not even real anymore. this cave was discovered before there were laws protecting them, so the original formations are almost completely gone. The ones you see are not real, or they have been brought in from other caves. The waterfall is pumped in. the natural waterfall is only a trickle. My ex boyfriend used to be the cave mataneince manager, which is how I know all of this! The only way you should ever see ruby falls, is go after a big rain (the waterfall is runoff and not spring fed so it can get really big and sometimes flood the cave) and only in the non peak season. Otherwise you are crammed in the cave like sardines, and management has not trouble just shoving you into their old elevator which breaks down all the time, causes customers to get stuck for several hours. Not an enjoyable experience for the price you're paying.

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Glen Falls Trail
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