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Blacksburg, South Carolina
March 7, 2005
This property was owned by Col. John Nichols during the late 19th century. He named the falls Anna Ruby Falls in honor of his daughter. A nice little visitor center displays nature exhibits and offers a variety of interesting gifts for sale. Behind the visitor center, a small creek has brook, rainbow, and brown trout that can be fed. A small parking fee is charged, but this place is well worth it.
From journal Is this the Alps or the Blue Ridge?
July 26, 2004
From journal Guest sent to Loreley
Virginia Beach, Virginia
June 13, 2003
The falls are located about a mile from Helen in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The hike is about a 30 minute trip uphill to get to the falls. The scenery along the way is wonderful, though. Just take your time and enjoy the surroundings and you won't even feel a thing.
From journal Alpine Village - Helen, GA
November 23, 2000
From journal Alpine Helen