White County Georgia Waterfalls
Raven Cliff Falls is most unusual, the water flows through a
split in the face of a solid rock outcropping to the ground, 100
feet below. Behind the split, the water drops about 60 feet and
then rushes through the rock face and drops 20 feet into a deep
pool. The water then spouts down 20 more feet to Dodd Creek.
Three other waterfalls can be found on Dodd creek, the largest
with a height of 70 feet.
From Helen, Georgia take GA 75 north for 1.4 miles, and turn
left to the Richard Russell Scenic Highway (Highway 348). Turn
right and go another 3 miles. Parking is available on the left
shoulder of the road. Look for trail signs and blue blazes
marking the trail to the falls.
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Anthony's photographic book about Dahlonega, visit his