The Wild and scenic Chattooga River delivers challenging whitewater rapids in an unmatched wilderness setting. Flowing only 57 miles, but hugging the rocky spine of the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains, the river drops dramatically along its length. Rafting, canoe, and kayaking trips promise exhilarating thrills along the river’s Class III and IV rapids.
This is a 6.6-mile-long stream that is located mostly within Rabun County It is one of the main tributaries of the Tallulah River. The river travels through the Chattahoochee National Forest and the Southern Nantahala Wilderness areas. The Coleman River is a designated trout stream, and a portion of it is further designated by the Wildlife Resources Division of the [...]
A tributary of the Tennessee River, is approximately 135 miles long. The river rises in the Chattahoochee National Forest in northeast Georgia’s Rabun County. After flowing north through the mountains past Dillard into southwestern North Carolina, it is joined by the Cullasaja River at Franklin, then turns northwest, flowing through the Nantahala National Forest along the north [...]
The rugged headwaters of the scenic Tallulah River begin in the North Carolina mountains at 5,499 feet and flow into Georgia through the old mining and logging town of Tate City in northeast Georgia. Just upstream from its confluence with the Coleman River it flows through Rock Mountain Gorge. This scenic gorge is accessible by [...]