Mossy Creek Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Mossy Creek is a steep little run found between the rolling hills of the Georgia Piedmont and the Appalachian Mountains. Draining into the mighty Chattahoochee River below the popular whitewater stretch, Mossy attracted little attention until it was “discovered” by local boaters only a few years ago.
The unassuming put-in, which resembles most flat pastoral piedmont streams, only furthers the likelihood of folks ignoring this creek. Between the put-in and take-out, Mossy Creek passes over numerous Class III and IV drops. The creek gets even harder when the water gets high, becoming a series of 7-foot waves and huge river-wide holes linked together in long continuous rapids."