Tallulah Gorge Floor Trail
A short but extremely steep trail to the floor of the gorge
The trail begins near the Jane Hurt Yarn Interpretive Center. It is considered to be Georgia's most rugged short section of trail, as it loses almost 560 feet in 0.3 mile, with some areas reaching angles of 45 degrees.
The path winds down a ridge and ends at Sliding Rock, where hikers can choose to continue on to explore more of the gorge.
Directions: Google Directions
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|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|0||Tallulah Gorge South Rim Trail||Connects five overlooks on the south rim of the gorge|
|0||Tallulah Gorge North Rim Trail||Connects five overlooks on the north rim of the gorge|
|0||Terrora Trail||Circles a cove of Tallulah Falls Lake|
|1||Panther Creek Trail (Tallulah Basin)||A hike past the impressive Panther Creek Falls|
|4||Rabun Beach Trail||An easily-followed path with two waterfalls|