Gee Creek Professional Review and Guide
"Explore the incredible Gee Creek gorge. Leave the trailhead, walking an old roadbed, and then enter the gorge. Make a seemingly instantaneous entrance into the back of beyond—a wild, high, rock- and treerimmed chasm. Trace a slender footpath deeper into the defile, passing an old mine, a significant waterfall, and towering stone cliffs. Multiple creek crossings on the latter half of the hike add to the excitement. The hike ends a little less than 2 miles into the gorge. Allow plenty of time for your return trip, as the trail is rocky and slow."
--Johnny Molloy, Five-Star Trails: Chattanooga (Menasha Ridge Press).
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