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Did Someone Say Waterfall Chase?

4 waterfalls in one day!

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Did Someone Say Waterfall Chase?
Did Someone Say Waterfall Chase?

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Apr 30, 2022, 8:00 AM

Location is TBD

About the Event

Three in a Day to Slay

The Waterfalls Experience

“The waterfall winks at every passerby.” – Marty Rubin

Groovy Green Escapades (GGE) has been tasked with embarking on its next exciting adventure which features the ultimate waterfalls Experience---all in ONE day. Exploration of State Parks is a vision goal of the GGE so this makes the perfect day getaway.


Number of Waterfalls: Three

Total Hiking Miles: Three

Travel time: Four Hours Round Trip

Hike Rating: Easy: Young Adults, Adults

Trip: Hiking Completion Certification Button, (GGE)

Recommendations: Transportation, Hiking Sticks, boots/tennis

Groovy Green Escapades takes you an all-day affair that includes a closer look at three of nature’s aspirant and breathtaking waterfalls—All in a Day to Slay. The first Stop is Hemlock Falls, which is an active hiking area in Rabun County, Georgia. This desirable location is approximately two hours from South Fulton.

Hemlock Falls Trail is the quintessential inaugural trip that kicks off the ‘Three in a Day to Slay’ adventure, which includes a scenic waterfall filled valley near Moccasin Creek State Park in North Georgia’s county. The hike is straight forward and comfortable to navigate.

This is considered an ‘in and out’ trial which lends itself to a category of ‘E’. The hike is short but sweet with about 1.5 miles for the round trip. There will be some rocky steps that believe to be slippery so hiking boots and tennis shoes are recommended. The beauty and coolness of the waterfall is its main attraction.

The waterfall blends into the natural scenery which makes the hike even more breathtaking and charming. The cool stream of the picturesque waterfall will be the reinvigoration needed to propel to the next adventure.

Just 30 miles from Hemlock Falls is our next escapade at Georgia’s regal hidden pocket of wonder at Minnehaha Falls Trail. This is also found in the rural part of Rabun County and is a quick half mile trip that includes remarkable winding roads upon entrance. Careful driving is advising upon arriving due to the curving roads; but once here, the circumspection is worth it once view of the cascading waterfall and soft breeze will embrace one’s sense of accomplishment. Minnehaha Falls’ waterfall is loftier than Hemlock Falls but still has the sameintrinsic impact with the cascading cool breeze that tantalizes and complements the beautiful sides of nature.  After absorbing the intensity of Minnehaha Falls Trails, it is off to the finale of the day’s remarkable adventure. There will be only one more waterfall to slay.

Snug and positioned in nature’s pocket of Clarksville, Ga is Panther Creek Trail Waterfall. Nature’s playground includes an opportunity to wade under the fall. There are two falls in one; however due to tree obstruction, Angel falls will be temporarily unavailable to hikers. This minor detail does not distract from the overall best experience that this finale trip encapsulates. As with the Minnehaha Falls Trail, the roads are winding so careful transportation is advised. Once at the location, the intensity of nature’s Panther Waterfall will envelop all of one’s senses. The cascade of the waterfall’s beauty stimulates the invigoration that is intended with Earth’s miracle. The cool breeze is constant and bellows sensory relaxation. It is a fine conclusion to a beautiful day after embarking on the Waterfalls Experience by Groovy Green Escapades.





  • Waterfall Chase!


    Hiking Guide $10 and up for donation to support Groovy Green Escapades with hiking apparel such as shoes, sticks, hats, and walkie-talkies. Please note there are no refunds due to the nature of the event.






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