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Georgia United States #76 Highway Guide

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City of Dalton. Georgia
Junction of Interstate Highway #75 North to Chattanooga; South to Atlanta Georgia. In the Blue Ridge mountain foothills of northwest Georgia lies beautiful Dalton, Georgia and Whitfield County, Georgia, the carpet capital of the world.
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Junction of Highway #3
South of the highway. Services, gas and diesel - at the highway. Note: Highway #41 and #71 overlap Highway #76 at this point.
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Willowdale Road

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3.6
View from highway
Driving East.
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Junction of Highway #41 and #71
Highway #41 heads South to Atlanta Georgia. Highway #71 heads North to Dawnville. Georgia. Note: Highways #41 and #71 overlaps end at this point.
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SR 52 Alternate Route

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Access to Chattahoochee National Forest Information Center
North side of the highway. Ten wildernesses, 1,367 miles of trout streams, and 430 miles of trails enrich the Chattahoochee National Forest. The famous 2,135-mile Appalachian Trail begins here. Drive along the Ridge and Valley Scenic Byway, which tours the Armuchee Ridges of the Appalachian Mountains. Across from the Armuchee Ridges lie the Blue Ridge Mountains. Lake Conasauga sits here, the States highest lake at more than 3,000 feet above sea level.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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Junction of Highway #225
North access to community of Sumac, Georgia; South to Industrial City. Services, gas and diesel - at the highway.
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Chatsworth City, Georgia
Western boundary. Attractions: Chief Vann House State Historic Site. The museum houses exhibits and an audiovisual room.
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Junction of Highway #2 and #52
Services and fuel - at the highway. Note: Highway #2 and #52 overlap Highway #76 at this point.
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Access to lodging
West side of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #2 and #52
Note: Highway #2 and #52 overlap end at this point. Both head East to city of Ellijay. Access to Fort Mountain State Park - East of the highway. Services and fuel - at the highway. Fort Mountain derives its name from an ancient 855-foot-long rock wall which stands on the highest point of the mountain. Situated in the Chattahoochee National Forest close to the Cohutta Wilderness area, this park offers a variety of outdoor activities. Facilities, 70 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites - cable TV hookups, 4 Walk-in Campsites, 6 Platform Campsites, 15 Cottages.
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Business area of Chatsworth
Highway #411 South and #61 South overlap Highway #76 at this point. North access on these highways to communities of Crandall, Georgia, Ciscoe, Georgia and Tennga, Georgia.
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Access to lodging
West side of the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Holley Creek.
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Roadside turnout
Large, paved with no services - South side of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #282
Note: Highway #282 joins with Highway #76 at this point. Highways #411 and #61 leave, heading South to community of Ranger, Georgia, Fairmount, Georgia and Oakland Heights, Georgia.
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Start of the Appalachian Foothills Parkway

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Community of Ramhurst, Georgia

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36.6
View from highway
Driving East.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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Access to Woodring Branch Recreation Area
Access to campgrounds - South side of the highway. 32 campsites, all with electrical and water hookups; comfort station; and boat ramp. Another 12 campsites with pit toilets and a hand-operated water pump are available.
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Gilmore County, Georgia
Western boundary.
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Woodridge Drive
South side of the highway.
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51.0
Point of Informtion
Crossing Tails Creek.
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Access to Ridgeway Recreation Area
South side of the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Mountaintown Creek.
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Services, gas and diesel
North side at the highway.
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City of Ellijay, Georgia
Incorporated on December 20, 1834, Ellijay is the county seat of Gilmer County. The Ellijay and Cartecay Rivers join together within the city limits to form the Coosawattee River.
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Junction of Highway #55
South to community of Kiker.
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Point of Information
Crossing Cossawattee River.
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East Ellijay, Georgia city boundary

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Junction of Highway #5 and #515
South to community of Ball Ground. Services, gas and diesel available. Note: Highways #5 and #515 overlap Highway #76 at this point.
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View from highway
Junction of Highway #52 West to community of Mountaintown, Georgia; East to Cartecay, Georgia and Emma, Georgia. Access to Fort Mountain State Park - West of the highway.
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Access to Amicalola State Park, Georgia
South of the highway. Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge is one of Georgia's most popular state parks. Amicalola, a Cherokee Indian word meaning 'tumbling waters,' is an appropriate name for these 729-foot falls - the tallest east of the Mississippi River. Facilities: 829 Acres, 24 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites, 14 Cottages. Nearby Attractions - Appalachian Trail, Burt's Farm, North Georgia Premium Outlet Mall, Thunder Road USA, Kangaroo Conservation Center, Dahlonega Gold Museum, Dawsonville CVB, Vogel State Park, Alpine Village of Helen Unicoi State Park and Lodge, Fort Mountain State Park, New Echota State Historic Site.
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View from highway
Looking at the Appalachian Mountains.
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Point of Information
Crossing Turniptown Creek.
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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - South side of the highway.
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Access to campgrounds
North side of the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Rock Creek.
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South County Roadway #158
Access to hiking trails - South side of the highway.
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Community of Cherrylog, Georgia

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Fannin County, Georgia
Western boundary. Fannin County was created in 1854 from parts of Gilmer and Union counties. Georgia's 106th county was named for Colonel James W. Fannin of Georgia, who, with approximately 350 volunteers, fought in Texas' War of Independence from Mexico. Fannin's county seat, Blue Ridge, is named for the southern reach of the Appalachian Mountain Range which stretches into the county. Attractions in Fannin County: Blue Ridge Inn, Baugh House, Old Fannin County Courthouse, Blue Ridge City Park, The Depot, The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, a train ride alongside the beautiful Toccoa River from Blue Ridge to McCaysville.
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Services, gas and diesel
South side of the highway.
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Access to Georgia state police
South side of the highway.
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View from highway Photo - Blue Ridge highway sign
City of Blue Ridge. Junction of Highway #5 North to McCaysville. Note: Highway #5 overlap ends at this point. The city of Blue Ridge is named for the southern reach of the Appalachian Mountain Range that stretches into Fannin County.
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Access to welcome center, Chamber of Commerce
South side of the highway.
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Access to downtown Blue Ridge, Georgia
Access to business area - South side of the highway.
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Services, gas and diesel
South side of the highway.
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Access to Lake Blue Ridge
Services, gas and diesel - South side on the highway.
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Chattahoochee Forest
Access to the National Forest Information - South side of the highway; to the ranger station - South side of the highway.
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View from highway
Point of Information - crossing the Toccoa River. Photo view of the Blue Ridge Dam. Blue Ridge Reservoir is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest of north Georgia. There's a scenic overlook above the dam and a shaded picnic area near the powerhouse. The canoe and kayak launch site below the dam gives nonmotorized boaters access to the Toccoa River.
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Junction of Highway #60
North access to community of Mineral Bluff, Georgia; South to Morganton, Georgia, Dahlonega, Georgia and Gainesville, Georgia. Access to North Georgia College and the Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site - South of the highway. Service, gas and diesel - South side at the highway. Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site. Before the 1849 gold rush to California, thousands of gold seekers flocked into the Cherokee Nation in North Georgia, beginning the nation's first major gold rush. The Dahlonega Gold Museum, located in the old Lumpkin County Courthouse, offers visitors a look at the mining history of Georgia.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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Access to community of Morganton, Georgia
South side of the highway.
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Whispering Pines Road
Access to campgrounds - South side of the highway.
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Union County, Georgia
Western boundary.
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View from highway
Photo view looking at the Appalachian Mountains. Note: Highway is called the 'Southern Highlands Trail' at this point.
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Junction of Highway #325 North
Access to Nottley Dam. Services, gas and diesel - North side at the highway.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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View from highway
Point of Information - crossing Coosa Creek. Photo view while crossing creek.
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Access to National Forest Information Center
North side of the highway.
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View from highway
Point of Information - crossing Nottely River. Photo view while crossing river.
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City of Blairsville, Georgia
Access to The Appalachian National Scenic Trail.
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Junction of Highway #19
North access to community of Ivy Log; South to Turners Corner, Roswell and Atlanta. South access to Vogel State Park. One of Georgia's oldest and most popular state parks, Vogel is located at the base of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Facilities: 233 Acres, 103 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites, 18 Walk-in Campsites.
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Junction of Highway #129
South access to Cleveland, Georgia, Gainesville, Georgia and Athens, Georgia.
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Access to Blairsville business district
South of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #129
Industrial Boulevard. Services, gas and diesel - South side at the highway.
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Services and fuel
North side at the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing the Brasstown River, Georgia
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Towns County, Georgia
Western boundary.
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City of Young Harris, Georgia

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View from highway
Driving East.
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Junction of Highway #66
North access to community of Murphy, Georgia.
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Access to lodging
North side of the highway.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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Junction of Highway #17 North
Also junction of Highway #515. Note: Highway #515 leaves Highway #76 at this point. Services, gas and diesel - North side at the highway.
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Access to National Forest Information
South side at the highway.
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View from highway
Looking at Lake Chatuge. Lake Chatuge in the north Georgia mountains, this recreation area offers camping, boating, fishing and hiking. Thirty campsites are available, with tent pads, grills and picnic tables.
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Junction of Highway #288 South
Services and gas at the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Lake Hiawassee, Georgia. Hiawassee, Georgia city limits.
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Junction of Highway #75 and #175
Note: Highway #75 overlaps Highway #76 at this point.
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Access to lodging
South side of the highway.
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Services, gas and diesel
Both sides of the highway.
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Services, gas and diesel
North side of the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Hiawassee River.
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Junction of Highway #17 and #75
Highway #17 South to communities of Clarkesville, Georgia, Lavonia, Georgia and Elberton, Georgia. Highway #75 South to Robertstown, Georgia and Cleveland, Georgia. Access to Unicoi State Park - South of the highway. Access to Lake Chatuge Recreation Area - South side of the highway. Note: Highway #75 overlap ends at this point.
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Access to Lake Chatuge, Georgia Recreation Area
South side of the highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Hiawassee River, Georgia.
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Swallows Creek Road
Access to campgrounds - South side of the highway.
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Point of Information
Highway Tower Creek.
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Access to picnic area and an Appalachian hiking trail
The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a 2,174-mile footpath along the ridgecrests and across the major valleys of the Appalachian Mountains from Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in northern Georgia.
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Rabun County, Georgia
Western boundary. Located in the northeastern corner of Georgia in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Rabun County is the Georgia county bordering South Carolina to the east and North Carolina to the north.
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Chattahoochee National Forest
Eastern boundary.
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174.5
View from highway
Driving East.
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Roadside turnout
Paved and gravel, no services - North side of the highway.
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Popcorn overlook - roadside turnout
National turnout with scenic viewpoint - North side of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #197
South access to communities of Batesville, Georgia and Clarkesville, Georgia. Access to Moccasin Creek State Park, Georgia - South side of the highway. Moccasin Creek is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the shores of Lake Burton, Georgia, a lovely 2,800 acre lake. Facilities: 32 Acres, 54 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites, boat dock, and ramp. Nearby Attractions - Burton Fish Hatchery, Unicoi State Park and Lodge, Tallulah Gorge State Park, Black Rock Mountain State Park, Chattahoochee National Forest, Burton Wildlife Management Area, Chattooga River.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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Access to roadside turnout
Shelters and picnic tables.
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Point of Information
Crossing Rabun Lake, Georgia. Photo view crossing lake. Lake Burton is the largest lake in a series of five lakes along the Tallulah River, Georgia.
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Access to Bed & Breakfast
South of the highway. Services and gas at the highway.
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View from highway - Clayton highway sign
Community of Clayton, Georgia. Clayton is home to many regional authors. The most famous publication is the nationally acclaimed Foxfire series, a collection of oral history gathered by local high school students. The Foxfire Museum, in nearby Mountain City, houses exhibits relating to Appalachian life and documents the birth of the Foxfire Magazine and the Foxfire Book series.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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Junction of Highway #23 and #441
North access to communities of Rabun Gap, Georgia, Dillard, Georgia and Franklin, Georgia; South to Wiley, Georgia and Lakemont, Georgia. Access to Black Rock Mountain State Park - North of the highway. Access to Tallulah Gorge State Park, Tallulah Falls, Tugaloo Dam and Yonah Dam - South of the highway. Black Rock Mountain State Park encompasses some of the most outstanding country in Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountains. Facilities: 1,738 acres, 48 tent, trailer, RV Campsites, - cable TV hookups, 12 Walk-in campsites.
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View from highway
Junction of Highway #15 South to Homer, Georgia and Athens, Georgia. Services and gas at the highway.
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Access to Tallulah Gorge State Park, Georgia
Tallulah Gorge, one of the most spectacular canyons in the eastern United States, is two miles long and nearly 1,000 feet deep. Facilities: 50 tent, trailer, RV campsites. Nearby attractions - Alpine Village of Helen, Black Rock Mountain State Park, Chattooga River (whitewater rafting), Moccasin Creek State Park, Traveler's Rest State Historic Site, Unicoi State Park and Lodge, Chattahoochee National Forest, Dahlonega Gold Museum, Southern Highlands Trail.
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Access to lodging

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Roadside turnout
Large, paved - South side of the highway.
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Chattahoochee National Forest - Eastern boundary.
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209.0
View from highway.
Point of Information - crossing the Chattooga River. Photo view crossing river. Flowing through three states and the Ellicott Rock Wilderness, the Chattooga is recognized as one of the Southeast's premier whitewater rivers.
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209.0
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