Tallulah Gorge State Park

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This two-mile long gorge is one of the deepest in the eastern U.S. Descending nearly 1,000 feet the gorge was carved out of the earth by the Tallulah River. The surrounding state park is 2,689 acres of Georgia wilderness with numerous trails and photo-worthy sites. A suspension bridge takes you across the gorge. You can also go down to the bottom of the gorge, but only 100 passes per day are allotted. (Submitted by Neil Daniell)