Yesterday seemed like a perfect day to drive up to the North Georgia mountains for a little R&R from the city and we chose Amicalola Falls as our destination. Located in the Amicalola Falls State Park and situated at the southern terminous of the Appalachian Trail, it is the tallest cascade in the Southeast at 729 feet. We were pleased to find it not so crowded, and there was an invitingly cool and gentle breeze blowing…the promise of fall was in the air.
A spot at the top of the falls was our chosen place to enjoy a picnic on the grass, and after a leisurely repast, we hiked down the falls for a better look. The majesty of nature never fails to inspire.