We’re really excited about the reaction to Jeannie’s new hand painted map frames. We have a limited supply of materials to make some beautiful “Natural Live Edge” frames. Paired with my hand drawn maps of Northeastern Georgia and of North Carolina’s backroads, we make quite a team! We’re even getting requests from interior decorators for custom pieces…but that’s down the
road. We’re working round the clock just to keep up with our regular orders. Click on the link to
“Places to Find Our Maps”.

Driving Directions: From Helen take Ga Hwy 17/75 north for 8 miles to Unicoi Gap. (where the Appalachian Trail crosses the road. Turn Left onto F.S. Road 44 (Wilkes Creek Road). Go 5.4 miles to a sharp curve and take the right fork. Travel 0.2 miles to trail head.

Falls & Trail Info: The Horse Trough Falls Trail (0.4 miles in length) is a short hike through the woods leads to the beautiful Horse Trough Falls. The blue blazed trail heads upstream along the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River. The Chattahoochee travels south through Atlanta and feeds into the Gulf of Mexico in Florida.

Driving Directions:

From HWY 441/ Warwoman Rd intersection in Clayton, take Warwoman Rd East for 5.9 miles

to Sandy Ford Rd on Right. Travel 0.6 miles. Bear left at fork. Go 3.4 miles to second ford. Cross creek and proceed to the Bartram Trail marker at top of hill. Follow trail North for 0.3 miles. Turn Right onto Dick’s Creek.

Falls & Trail Info: This waterfall is approx. 60 feet high and falls over a granite mound into the Chatooga River. Rumor has it that there is a old liquor still off to the left of the viewing area that was operated by an old timer named Bud Jones. Most folks thought that Bud was out there fishing and he would even come home with some fish now and then.

Driving Directions: From Clayton, take US 23/441 south to the Rabun Beach Recreation Area and turn right onto Old Hwy 441. Go 2.5 miles to Lake Rabun Rd. and turn left.. Continue for 1 mile past the Recreation Area. Turn Left on Low Gap Road (at Flat Creek Community sign). Yeild to the left onto Bear Gap Road for 1.5 miles to sign marking the trail on the right side of the road.

Falls & Trail Info: The Minnehaha Trail (.4 miles in length) follows Fall Branch until it dead ends at Minehaha Falls. The waterfall falls 100 feet as it cascades to the bottom.

Driving Directions: From Blue Ridge go south on Aska Rd. to the end (3.5 miles). Turn right onto Newport Rd. and follow it to the end (4.5 miles). Turn left on Doublehead Gap Rd. which becomes a gravel road after crossing a concrete bridge. Continue on this road for about 1/2 mile to intersection of FS Rd. #58 and turn right. Travel on this into the forest and uphill 5.3 miles to Three Forks. Take trail on the left to the falls.

Falls & Trail Info: The trail is 1.1 miles from Three Forks, on the north side of the road and follows along Long Creek.(#12 on the map)

Driving Directions: From Blue Ridge take Aska Rd. south for 8 miles. Turn right on Stanley Gap Rd. and travel for about 3.2 miles. The trail is on the right.

Falls & Trail Info: The trail is only about 1/4 mile to the base of the falls and is part of the Benton MacKaye Trail and begins on the north side of the road. Follow the white diamonds of the Benton MacKaye Trail, then there is an unmarked trail on the right which leads to the base of the falls (about 50 yards). There is an observation deck which gives a beautiful view of the falls. (#11 on the map)

Driving Directions: Take GA hwy 60 south for about 16 miles, then turn left onto FS Rd. #4. Go 2.9 miles to the fork in the road and turn left, then go another .2 miles.

Falls & Trail Info: The Trail is about .2 miles and is an easy walk. Sea Creek Falls cascades 30 ‘ into a shallow pool. (#13 on the map)

Driving Directions: Take GA 75 North from Helen for 1.5 miles, then turn left on Ga 75A/356. Go about 2 miles to GA 348 and turn right for 2.8 miles to the parking area.

Falls & Trail Info: Raven Cliff Falls is located in the Raven Cliffs Wilderness Area. The trail is 3 miles and follows first along Dodd Creek then through the forest groves. There are smaller falls along the way. Behind a rock wall split the water drops about 60 feet then Raven Cliff Falls gushes through a rock wall crevice to plunge about 40 feet down. There are no facilities provided in this area, but the hike is worth it. Exteme caution should be exercised on the trail and in this undeveloped area.(#8 on the map)

Driving Directions: Take Ga Hwy 75 north from Helen for 1.5 miles, then turn left onto GA 75A/356 and travel 2.3 miles. Go to the Russell-Brasstown Senic Byway/GA 348 and turn right. Travel 2 miles to the Dukes Creek Falls Recreation Area.

Falls & Trail Info: The Dukes Creek Trail is .8 miles long. This area provides good gold panning opportunities. The trail takes you into the Dukes Creek Gorge where there are several beautiful cascades before arriving at the observaton deck across from Dukes Creek Falls. The 300 foot falls is beautiful and well worth the hike. The trail is handicap accessible up to the first observation deck. (#5 on the map)

Driving Directions: Take Ga Hwy 17/75 North from Helen for 1 mile. Turn Right on Hwy 356 for 1.5 miles. Turn Left at the entrance road to the falls. (This is a fee area. There are bathrooms, a visitors center and a gift shop.)

Falls & Trail Info: Two creeks, the Curtis and the York join together and run down the slopes of Tray Mountain in twin waterfalls. Together the waterfalls are called ‘Anna Ruby Falls’. The Trail is .4 miles in length and is paved but rather steep. There is an observation deck at the base of the falls and benches along the trail. The falls are named after the only daughter of James H. “Captain” Nichols, a retired Colonel of the Civil War who settled in the Nacoochee Valley in 1870. (#2 on the map)