Wednesday, May 12, 2010


Why look at one waterfalls when two waterfalls offer twice the view. At Raper Creek Falls in Georgia's Habersham County, two streams of water from the same creek cascade over a rock wall to create this unique effect. Off the beaten path and only accessible to those who show no fear when sliding down a dirt embankment, this small waterfalls is a treat. Less than a mile from the better known Soque River near Helen in northeast Georgia, Raper Creek is known to but a few. About 20 feet in height, this waterfalls offers a view that is best when one takes the dip in elevation that leads about 35 yards from a Forest Service road. To return to, click here.

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