I am not a big fan of heights. Tallulah Gorge does nothing to calm this fear. When visiting Tallulah Gorge, you’ll be able to see drops of 750+ feet, and boy that can be weird. There are multiple waterfalls on the river below.
L’Eau d’Or Falls Falls is the only waterfall that I got a very good view of from above. You can walk down to the river below. Let me correct that statement. You can climb down 650 steps to get to a suspension bridge that hangs 85 feet above the bottom of the river. Anybody can go the suspension bridge, though only a certain number of people are allowed to hike further into the gorge. Ask the park rangers for more information. I definitely wasn’t going to do that, though.
- From Clayton, Georgia head south on US-23/US-441/GA-15.
- On your left, you’ll see a sign for the entrance to Tallulah Gorge State Park. Turn left and head down that road.
- Park in the parking lot, and follow the multitude of different trails to explore the park.
Accessiblity: 10/10 (from the “rim”)
Length of Hike: 0.2 miles round-trip
Where in the World is L’Eau d’Or Falls?