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The two RV Gypsies
hiked in the Blue Ridge Mountains
to several waterfalls
April 30, 2010
Three spectacular waterfalls found off the Richard Russell Scenic Highway in the Blue Ridge Mountains of north Georgia
1. Blue Hole Falls at High Shoals Creek (this is the page you are on - so scroll down)
2. High Shoals Creek Falls (link at the bottom of this page)
3. Dukes Creek Falls
(link at the bottom of this page)
4. DeSoto Falls (link at the bottom of this page)
Andrews Cove
Andrews Cove
Andrews Cove
 
High Shoals Creek - two waterfalls: Blue Hole and High Shoals Creek Falls
Blue Hole Falls is a 25 foot waterfall located on High Shoals Creek in Towns County. This waterfall is rated a 4 on a scale of 1 to 10. It is a rated as a moderate level hike.
The extremely curvy, dirt road leading to High Shoals Trail
an extremely curvy, dirt road
an extremely curvy, dirt road
an extremely curvy, dirt road
Then the two RV Gypsies noticed a fast moving stream that flowed across the road. Lee got out of the truck to check to see if the stream was passable. It is not just standing water, but an actual running stream. Since the water was shallow and rocky (not muddy), Lee determined that the truck could cross the stream safely.
Lee Duquette checking the stream
the stream
The two RV Gypsies reached the High Shoals Trail
the two RV Gypsies ready to hike
information on the Higl Shoals Trail
map of the trail
the start of the trail
Wild flowers on the trail
flowers on the trail
flowers on the trail
Lee Duquette on the trail
a glance at the river stream
Karen Duquette
Lee checked out a very large tree that had fallen - these two photos simply show the root system of the tree.
Lee Duquette and a fallen treee
a close-up of the root system of the tree
The stone steps down to the Blue Hole Waterfall
Karen Duquette
The first waterfall - Blue Hole
Blue Hole waterfall
Blue Hole waterfall
The two RV Gypsies at the Blue Hole Waterfall
Karen Duquette at Blue Hole waterfall
Lee Duquette at Blue Hole waterfall
the two RV Gypsies at the Blue Hole Waterfall
Blue Hole waterfall
Blue Hole waterfall
look below for more options
Waterfalls and more in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia
You may view these six (6) sites in any order you choose
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The page you are on is grayed out, not underlined,
and cannot be chosen from here
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Blue Hole Falls
High Shoals Creek Falls
Duke Creek Falls
DeSoto Falls
BabyLand General Hospital
- Birthplace of the
Cabbage Patch Dolls
Cleveland & Helen, Georgia
look below for great waterfalls
go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAfter you have visited all 6 sections of the above photos, please continue on to the two RV Gypsies' adventures in Boone, North Carolina: Hawksnest Zipline, Blowing Rock, Grandfather Mountain, and Linville Falls.