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We just recently went on a five-mile hike into Georgia’s Tallulah Gorge. The strenuous hike starts with 1000 steps down, crossing the river twice, a very steep climb out, and a two-mile walk back to the interpretive center. Below are a few interesting visuals we saw on our hike.
While on this hike we saw many trees that had a distinctive look and character. The recent rains gave the moss a beautiful deep green color and several of the trees had gnarled twisted bark. Hope you get a chance to make this hike soon. It was a winner with our teen-aged kids and a super time outside.