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    Any good waterfall trails that are bike friendly N Georgia?

    I love waterfalls and there are a ton of them here in N Georgia. Anyone have any recommendations on which waterfalls are bike friendly?

    Thanks in advance.

    Marc

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    Stonewall Falls Trail - Tiger, GA 11 or 4ish mile options. not very technical, good climbs with some fast sections.

    Upper Chattahoochee River - Helen, GA 30+ miles of service road. There are plenty of small falls on the upper end. There is a group area with a sign for some falls (forgot the name).

    Although it's another service road and not very difficult, a scenic ride is up the Tallulah River, north of Lake Burton. You can cross the river and follow a much more difficult road (Charles Creek Rd.) up to and across the App. Trail. The creek has several falls/cascades.

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    Awesome

    Thanks so much. That's the best part of North Georgia all the waterfalls. Will report back when I've tried some of them out. Thanks for the help again.

    Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcRoman
    Thanks so much. That's the best part of North Georgia all the waterfalls. Will report back when I've tried some of them out. Thanks for the help again.

    Marc
    No problem dude
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