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The two RV Gypsies
hiked at Dukes Creek Falls
in the Blue Ridge Mountains
April 30, 2010
Four 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 (previous page)
2. High Shoals Creek Falls (previous page)
3. Dukes Creek Falls (this page)
4. DeSoto Falls (next page)
sign - Chattanoochee National Fores Recreation Area
sign - Dukes Creek Falls
a creek
This area has three observation decks and THREE creeks. The Davis Creek and the Dodd Creek form Dukes Creek. Dukes Creek Falls drops about 200 feet, and is rated 7 on a scale of 1 to 10. Although the two RV Gypsies would have rated it even higher. No photos were taken from Observation Deck #1 because the view was not that great.
Observation Deck #2
Lee Duquette on Observation deck #2
Karen Duquette on Observation deck #2
Part of the falls as seen from observation deck #2 and then looking down stream
Part of the falls as seen from observation deck #2
below the falls
Looking up towards observation deck #3 from deck #2
looking up to deck 3
looking up to deck 3
looking up to deck 3
Looking down towards Observation deck #2 from deck #3
Looking down towards Observation deck #2
views from Observation deck #3
view from Observation deck #3
view from Observation deck #3
view from Observation deck #3
view from Observation deck #3
view from Observation deck #3
view from Observation deck #3
view from Observation deck #3
The picture below attempts to show that water is flowing out of the middle of rock as well as flowing over top of the rock
water is flowing out of the middle of rock
While walking between observation decks 2 and 3, the below photo is an attempt to view the falls that were previously shown from observation deck #2. Unfortunately too many trees block getting a great view from this angle.
the falls through the trees
The photos below attempt to show how one large tree fell and landed in the Y of another tree.
a fallen tree
a fallen tree
a fallen tree
Waterfalls and more in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia
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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 and 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.