The Hike In Georgia That Takes You To Not One, But TWO Insanely Beautiful Waterfalls
The thing about Georgia that we absolutely adore is the fact that nature is in abundance at every turn. There aren’t too many states where you can plan for a waterfall hike, and find the beauty and magic that Georgia encompasses. Beyond the popular waterfall hikes in the state, there is a lesser-known trail that we think deserves some serious recognition. In fact, this hike in Georgia will take you to not one, but TWO insanely beautiful waterfalls all within 2 miles. Check it out.
Thanks to YouTuber Appalachian Snapshot, we have a glimpse of how beautiful this stunning double waterfall trail can be:
If you’re looking to visit the Holcomb Creek Trail, it is at the intersection of Hale Ridge Road (Forest Service Road 7) and Overflow Road (Forest Service Road 86) in Rabun County. Otherwise, if you’re looking for an incredible road trip to see some of the best waterfalls in Georgia, check out: The Ultimate Georgia Waterfalls Road Trip Is Here—And Anyone Can Do It.