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Fannin County Georgia Waterfalls

Long Creek Falls

Directions from Blue Ridge, Georgia:

Travel east (toward Blairsville, GA) on GA Hwy 515, approx. 0.8 miles past intersection with GA Hwy 5. Turn Right at Windy Ridge Rd., go 0.2 miles to dead end with Old U.S. 76. Turn left, go 0.2 miles to Aska Road on right. Continue south on Aska Read 13.5 miles to end. Turn right onto New Port Rd., go 4.5 miles to end. Turn left onto Double head Gap Rd., and continue on this road about 0.8 miles to intersection with dirt-gravel USFS Rd. 58 intersecting sharply from right. Turn onto USFS 58 and continue into forest and uphill 5.3 miles to Three Forks. Noontootla Creek, a beautiful trout stream, is on the right as you ascend.

Long Creek Falls
Photo By Jack Anthony 
For more wonderful photos and a preview of Jack Anthony's photographic book about Dahlonega, visit his web site.

The trail begins on the left side of the road and starts as a relatively gradual hike alongside Long Creek. There are three ascents before reaching the blue blazed side trail to the falls at 1.1 miles. Return to parking area by walking back along the same trail.

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