Georgia December 12, 2016
7 Gorgeous Frozen Waterfalls In Georgia That Must Be Seen To Be Believed
Georgia is pretty famous for the abundance of waterfalls that are scattered throughout the state. People flock from all over the country to check out these water wonders. But what many people don’t realize, is that despite the temperatures getting colder, the water is still a flowin’. In fact, many of the waterfalls in Georgia are even more stunning during the winter months. You may have to see these to believe it.
1. Cloudland Canyon, Georgia
The Waterfalls Trail in Cloudland Canyon is truly something amazing. The jaw-dropping views of the frozen waterfalls, plus icicles draping the mountainside, is what winter is all about.
2. Vickery Creek, Georgia
It might not be the biggest waterfall you've ever seen, but it sure can be glorious. Hiking to Vickery Creek in winter will allow for some sensational snowy landscapes, and an even more picturesque finish by the creek.
3. Tallulah Gorge, Georgia
There are parts of Tallulah Gorge that can be even more stunning frozen then when they are flush with running water. The hike is magical, and the little crevices of the gorge that get swept up in ice, are even prettier.
4. Amicalola Falls, Georgia
Though it's rare for Amicalola Falls to really freeze completely, it's still a wonder when visited during winter. The crisp cool air, snowy mountain shelves, and little ice crystals dotting each crevice are nothing short of amazing.
5. Helton Creek Falls, Georgia
Helen, Georgia has some phenomenal waterfalls in the area, but when Helton Creek freezes over, it is even more magical. The icy tundras of the nearby brush make everything covered in ice a special sight.
6. Cloudland Canyon, Georgia
Even if you don't take the Waterfalls Trail in Cloudland Canyon, you'll still be able to see some frozen falls throughout. Cloudland Canyon is an enchanting park during the wintertime, and will give you the best opportunity to see as many frozen falls as you can stand.
7. Blue Ridge, Georgia
Truthfully, when winter hits Blue Ridge, you can see any of the plentiful waterfalls in the area in an icicle state. It's a fascinating hike through the woods and an even better finish.
Did we miss your favorite frozen falls? Share with us your favorite winter hikes! Otherwise, if you’re looking for more winter Georgia activities, then check out
Here’s The Most Scenic Drive You Can Possibly Take In Georgia This Winter.