Before visiting this waterfalls, smart hikers check local rain gauges.
About 3,000 feet above sea level, Ada-Hi Waterfalls cascades more than 30 feet down the side of Black Rock Mountain in northeast Georgia.
When rainfall totals are at or above normal, the quarter-mile hike along a narrow, mountain trail can be tricky, but worth it.
Even in the best conditions, the waterfalls is narrow. In dry conditions, it disappears.
There is no stream that regularly feeds this waterfalls, but runoff creates the power needed to bring this attraction to life.
If your timing is good and after hiking a downhill trail through a forest of rhododendron, this extremely photogenic waterfalls is sure to please.
Ada-Hi is the only waterfalls in this Georgia state park and is only a few miles from the borders of North Carolina and South Carolina.
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