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Emery Creek Trail, Chatsworth

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#52 of 71 in Trails in Georgia
Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • The trail was easy to find but the trail is not for small kids, small dogs or anyone winy. You drive about 1.5 miles in a dirt road access. Park and walk over some mud, rocks, multiple (10) creek... 
    The trail was easy to find but the trail is not for small kids, small dogs or anyone winy. You drive about 1.5 miles in a dirt road access. Park and walk over some mud, rocks, multiple (10) creek...  more »
  • Wow what a great hike. We hadn't gone over 4 miles and it was 5 miles round trip to the first area to go look at the falls. We aren't novice hikers but was can get in 3+ miles with elevation easy... 
    Wow what a great hike. We hadn't gone over 4 miles and it was 5 miles round trip to the first area to go look at the falls. We aren't novice hikers but was can get in 3+ miles with elevation easy...  more »
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  • This wonderful trail full of adventure is The Narrows of Southern Appalachia. Your shoes will get wet on this 3 mile trail leading you to a beautiful 50' waterfall. Bring a hiking stick(s). I counted 12 stream crossings, 27 blowdowns taller than a man's knee, and 4 camp spots during our September 2021 excursion following a long, light rain. The trip total is 6 miles / 24 crossings / 54 blowdowns. Take heart: a few of the streams and trees were challenging, but most can do it. If you are camping, the first campsite is a 5-10 minute hike upstream on the right where Holly Creek joins Emery Creek. There are 4 total camping spots along the 3 mile trail. The parking lot holds 10 cars.
  • Beautiful place with a raging river. Not a beginner hike - first river crossing was a little intense. You will be wet and cross many creeks but was amazing. Great hike when it’s a little warmer. If u bring a dog make sure they are good swimmers and u have leash to help them cross.

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