Raven Cliff Falls

The trail to Raven Cliff Falls is 5 miles round trip along Dodd Creek to the cliffs where the creek plunges through a narrow opening in the cliff. Along the trail to Raven Cliff Falls which follows along Dodd Creek, there are several falls. This a pretty trail and is moderate walking through rhododendron and hemlock forests following the creek by numerous small waterfalls. However, the Raven_Cliffs_Fallstrail becomes fairly steep near the end. The trail and falls are located within the Mark Trail Wilderness Area.

To reach the falls from Dahlonega head north on GA9 / Morrison Moore Parkway for 13 miles, then turn right onto US-129 for 7 miles. Turn left onto GA75-Alt for 6 miles, then turn left onto GA348 / Richard B Russell Scenic Highway. After 2.5 miles, the falls will be on the left.

For more information, visit Jack Anthony's "Waterfalls of North Georgia".

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