Camp Creek Trail
A little-known but beautiful waterfall down the trail makes the trip worthwhile.
The switchback-style trail leads down a ravine to the banks of the Chattanooga River. It then runs alongside the river until a path to the right leaves the road and arrives at a heavily used campsite.
Unfortunately, both the trail and the campsite have been reported as eroded and frequently trashed with beer cans from parties held there.
An additional bushwack path leads hikers to Class V rapids, a large pool, and, on the South Carolina side, a waterfall that is unlabeled on most maps.
Length: 0.5 miles
Raven Rock Trail
Named for Raven Rock, a cliff on the opposing side of the river.
Sutton Hole Trail
Just upstream from Woodall Shoals, a Class VI rapid.
Panther Creek Trail (Tallulah Basin)
A hike past the impressive Panther Creek Falls
Circles a cove of Tallulah Falls Lake
Tallulah Gorge North Rim Trail
Connects five overlooks on the north rim of the gorge