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Rabun County Georgia Hiking Trails

Stonewall Loop Trail

Length: 7.8 miles
Rating: Easy/Moderate

Good mountain scenic views, a probability of seeing wild game in the beautiful forest, and Stonewall Creek and its beautiful refreshing waterfalls. This trip is also a favorite for night riding.

This trail offer a variety of great scenery. It is also a great trail for beginner riders looking for an exciting trail. In one section, the road tops out on Saga Mountain. For the next few hundred yards you should be able to see mountains, particularly Glassy mountain to the left, Black Rock mountain straight ahead, Screamer mountain to the north east. At nights, you'll observe the lights on Black Rock and the lighted cross on Screamer.

You'll also see Clayton in the foreground. Another section, offers intersects with one of the old Stonewall Creek roads. Take a left and continue down the creek. Notice the beautiful forest and clear water as you travel down Stonewall Creek. Here is one of the best waterfalls on Stonewall Creek. During the summer you'll find campers here, but you can still stop and enjoying this beautiful waterfall. During hot summer days, this waterfall is a good cooling off place. In the rocks people actually find a seat on the ledge that enables the water to fall directly onto you. Now that is refreshing.


Directions from Clayton: Georgia travel south on highway Old 441 for 3.2 miles to Tiger. Continue south through the 4-way Stop in front of the Tiger Post Office for an additional 2.4 miles where you will turn right on to Forest Service Road #20. Continue on this gravel road for 1.6 miles where you come upon a "T" intersection. Park here, or turn right and park on the side of the road near the gate. The trip starts from the gate. As an alternate some bikers prefer to add mileage and park on the side of the road at the beginning of Forest Service road #20 and start from there. This adds an additional 3.2 miles to the trip making it 11.4 miles total.

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