You May Not Realize These Secret Waterfalls Are Hiding Right Here In Georgia
Some of nature’s most awe-inspiring creations are waterfalls. They are fun to go through and cool off from the misty, cold spray. They inspire romance in movies. And, heck, they are just downright beautiful to look at. Surprisingly there are many beautiful, secret waterfalls in Georgia that you might not be able to find by just doing a simple Google search. These secret waterfalls will blow your mind, so get ready for an inspired and refreshing adventure.
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There you have it! 13 secret waterfalls in Georgia that are worthy of a trip in the woods. Most of these breathtaking waterfalls can be found in North Georgia near Lookout Mountain, Dahlonega, and Helen Georgia. If you know of any other waterfalls not on this list, make sure to mention it in the comments below or nominate it through our online form.
Georgia might not be the type of state for you to visit to score beautiful blue water. Well, at least not Caribbean blue, or Miami Beach blue, at least. There are plenty of outdoor adventures in Georgia that lead to swimming pools or swimming holes that are a beautiful blue color. Take Cherokee Falls in Cloudland Canyon, for instance. This waterfall drops into a blue hole below that oftentimes is considered some of the bluest water in Georgia. Click here to learn more about Cherokee Falls.
What are the best wildflower hikes in Georgia?
Wildflower trails provide some of the most beautiful scenic hikes in Georgia. During late winter and early spring, flowers begin to bloom all over the state, which means that hiking trails will be bursting with color and nature. One of the greatest wildflower hikes in Georgia is at Arabia Mountain. When you visit Arabia Mountain during the springtime you’ll be witness to a bevy of blossoming flowers, all different colors, and sizes. This is one hike you do not want to leave your camera at home for.
Amanda Northern is a freelance writer, and creator/virtual assistant of The Proassists. Amanda is a Georgia native, GSU Panther, and blogger. More of her words can be found at amandanorthern.wordpress.com
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