Monday, April 19, 2010

Second Fiddle

At one northeast Georgia attraction, visitors need to go beyond the obvious to find a better destination. Stonewall Falls is a popular, if not small, cascade that frames a popular camping area. Many visitors fail to trek far enough up the creek to find two more cascades that outclass the creek's namesake. In the Chattahoochee National Forest between the towns of Tiger and Lakemont, these cascades flow in relative obscurity less than 200 yards from the small, but popular, Stonewall Falls. Shielded by rhododendron, trees, brush and steep embankments, the better, but unnamed, falls lie undisturbed. If you make the effort to climb down to the creek, the views will keep you there.
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