How much does it cost to get into Tallulah Gorge?
$5 parking. 706-754-7981. Hike to the suspension bridge and watch the moon rise above the gorge. Must register in advance.
Is Tallulah Falls worth it?
Tallulah Gorge has lots of stairs, so be prepared if you go, but it is a great view all around and you have lots of exercise and pictures. I have been twice now, and it has not failed to disappoint either time.
Is Tallulah Falls and Tallulah Gorge the same thing?
Located two hours northeast of Atlanta, Tallulah Falls is home to Tallulah Gorge State Park.
What town is Tallulah Gorge State Park in?
The Tallulah Gorge is a gorge formed by the Tallulah River cutting through the Tallulah Dome rock formation. The gorge is approximately 2 miles (3 km) long and almost 1,000 feet (300 m) deep. The Tallulah Gorge is located next to the town of Tallulah Falls, Georgia.
How long does it take to walk down Tallulah Gorge?
The North and South Rim Trails consist of 3 miles round-trip which will take approximately 2 hours to hike. It is a mulched trail with exposed roots that is a leisurely walk.
Can you see Tallulah Gorge without hiking?
It’s two miles long, and almost 1,000 feet deep! One of the things I love most about this place, is that if you don’t feel like hiking all the way down to the bridge or the gorge floor, the views from the more easily-accessible overlooks are just as gorgeous.
Is Tallulah Gorge a hard hike?
It’s a moderately difficult trail, but it’s absolutely worth the effort. NOTE: Before you go, be sure to check the Tallulah Gorge State Park dam release schedule. Hiking in the gorge is not allowed on water release dates.
Can you drive and see Tallulah Falls?
You do not have to walk far but you do have to get out of the car and walk a path that is about 100 yards or so to see the falls.
How many waterfalls are in Tallulah Gorge?
Catch sight of Tallulah Falls, the gorge’s series of six spectacular rushing waterfalls. Plummet to the canyon floor via a seemingly never-ending series of stairs to cross a swaying suspension bridge that towers 80 feet over the rushing river below.
Can you swim in Tallulah Gorge?
It’s a great swimming hole and the only place the park permits swimming within the gorge. Take a cool, refreshing dip in the river and soak up some sunshine before the challenging climb back to the south rim.