A:Tallulah Gorge, Georgia
Few hikes in the Southeast will give you a larger lineup of idiot-proof shots than Tallulah Gorge, a slender, 100-foot-deep and two-mile-long gash formed by the Tallulah River in the Appalachians of Northern Georgia. The three-mile circuit of the North Rim and South Rim trails, connected by a suspension bridge over the gorge, veers onto several jagged overlooks that look down to the river.
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