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I was working on a bridge over the creek and for two days I did not go to the north side [ southbound side]. When I did I was surprised at this sight. During a little rain break I took a walk down to check...More
Make sure you start on the trail and all will be well! Having heard that the Emery Creek Trail is not always well-marked and that there are several creek crossings, we made a mistake right at the beginning and headed down to the creek at...More
We went to the Emery Creek trail and it did not disappoint! Definitely wear shoes with with traction that can get wet because you WILL cross the creek a minimum of 10 times. But it is totally worth it when you get to the top!!...More
We loved this trail! Like the other reviews say, be prepared for a moderate intensity and to most likely get your feet wet. We crossed the river several times by managing to jump the rocks to the other side and several times by just breaking...More
Emery Creek Trail is absolutely a must do hike if you are in the area. The drive is a little long and the parking is limited but it is worth the trip. No matter how far up the trail you go plan to travel you...More
Get out and into Georgia's beautiful Cohutta Mountains Wilderness area with an adventurous hike up Emery Creek Trail to the waterfalls. Truly a scenic and wild hike with 10 water crossings to challenge all levels of hikers or backpackers.
Emery Creek Trail from The Valley...More
Hiked this 6mile trail with our teenagers and lab. There are about 20 creek crossings so don't count on staying dry. This a secluded trail. We didn't come across anyone except 2 campers. It absolutely beautiful. The falls themselves are gorgeous. We had lunch and...More
If you want to see, hear, and feel water, Emery Creek Trail is your place. Bring your snacks, the dog, the camera, etc, but be sure to bring shoes that can handle getting wet. With many stop along the way options, you can focus on...More