High Shoals Scenic Area Trail Topo Map

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The High Shoals Scenic Area contains two impressive and picturesque waterfalls. High Shoals Creek originates on Tray Mountain, one of the summits on the Appalachian Trail that is more than 4,000 feet in elevation. The first waterfall is called Blue Hole Falls. Downstream is 100-foot High Shoals Falls. Observation decks are at the foot of both of the cascades. The High Shoals Trail loses 515 feet in elevation on the way into the creek valley. On the climb out, all three steep sections are very short. During winter, freezing weather and high water can make the trail more difficult to reach and to hike. Green blazes mark the path throughout its length.
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Hiawassee, Georgia

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