Emery Creek is a hiking trail in Murray County, Georgia. It is 6.0 miles long and begins at 982 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 12.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 4,540 feet.
Emery Creek Professional Reviews and Guides
"The Emery Creek Trail is located on the southern edge of the massive, 96,503-acre Cohutta Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The Cohutta Mountains are some of the oldest on Earth and are characterized by mountain peaks of more than 4,000 feet dropping sharpl"
--Donald Pfitzer, Hiking Georgia (Falcon Guides).
"There is hardly a better way to spend a warm summer day than on a cool mountain stream. Th is particular hike starts along Holly Creek, a mountain cataract full of plunge pools ideal for swimming, with open rock slabs as excellent sunning spots too. From there, you will hike up a tributary, Emery Creek, swaddled in Southern Appalachian forest. Step over the stream numerous times to reach a gorgeous waterfall that spills in stony steps into a deep plunge pool of its own."
--Johnny Molloy, Five-Star Trails: Chattanooga (Menasha Ridge Press).
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