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Junction
Junction of State Route #75 with #75A at Robertstown, Georgia within the Chattahochee National Forest, Georgia, starts Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway its journey through the Chattahoochee National Forest. The byway makes its way through the valleys and mountain gaps of the southern Appalachians. Scenic wonders abound on this byway, from the vistas on Brasstown Bald to the cooling mists of waterfalls. Unicoi State Park, Lake Unicoi, is located east of this location.
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Tray Mountain Road
Tray Mountain Road, Anna Ruby Falls is located off this road. Tray Mountain, with an elevation of 4,430 feet, is the seventh-highest peak in Georgia. The Chattahoochee National Forest and is part of the Tray Mountain Wilderness. The Appalachian Trail crosses the peak.
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Dyer Drive
Dyer Drive, Creed Drive
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Chattahoochee River Road
Chattahoochee River Road, Martin Branch Road, winds through Chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia
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Indian Grave Gap Road
Indian Grave Gap Road, This road connects with Tray Mountain Road, leads to Tray Mountain, and Young Lick, is a mountain, lie in Chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia. It's summits Young Lick Knob is crossed by the Appalachian Trail.
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Moody Hollow
Moody Hollow, High Shoals Falls, Blue Hole Falls, are located east off State Route #75/17 in the Chattahoochee National Forest, Geogria
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Junction
Junction State Route #180 with State Route #75, where Russelltown-Brasstown Scenic Byway switches over to Route #18o and travels westwards. Community of Mountain Scene, Georgia lies north of here on States Route #75. Soapstone Creek Circle, Kings Knob Bluff/Kings Knob Trail is close to this location.
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Pioneer Camp
Pioneer Camp, Big Joel Falls, A Pond at Enota is located in the National Forest. Enota Campground.
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Wolfen Ridge
Wolfpen Ridge is a ridge in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia. Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia, is located at the northern end of the ridge at an elevation of 4,786 feet.
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Brasstown Bald, Georgia
A Fire Tower and Museum located on the Brasstown Bald, Georgia, Old Wagon Trail, A Hiking path leads to Brasstown Bald, Georgia
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Brasstown Bald, Georgia
Brasstown Bald is the highest point in the state of Georgia, with a summit elevation of 4,784 feet. Brasstown Bald is part of the Blue Ridge Mountains and within Chattahoochee National Forest. Visitors can drive to the top via Georgia state route 180 Spur.
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Town Creek, Georgia
Town Creek School Road, Town Creek, Georgia, Fein, Georgia,
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Junction
State Route #348 /Richard B Russell Scenic Highway, Community of Hood, Georgia. Helton Creek Falls,
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Hatchett Creek Road
Hatchett Creek Road, Helton Creek Falls, Upper Helton Creek Falls, water falls, located in chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia
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Cowrock Mountain, Georgia
Cowrock Mountain is a mountain located within Chattahochee National Forest, Georgia. Cowrock, has an elevation of 3,852 feet. The mountain is located within the Raven Cliffs Wilderness in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Blood Mountain Pass Neel Gap, Byron Reese Trail, to Blood Mountain, is the highest peak on the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail. There are many waterfalls, hiking trails and other recreational areas in the vicinity. Slaughter Mountain, a peak in Georgia. Blood Mountain Wilderness, is located within Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia.
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View Point
Viewpoint / Pullover Area, Raven Cliffs Falls, located off State Route #348, in the Chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia
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Dukes Creek Falls
A Trail, to Dukes Creek Falls,
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Junction
Junction State Route #75, Qualatchee Lake, located south of here.
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Ridge Road
Ridge Road, to Helen, Georgia, is a city located on the Chattahoochee River in White County, Georgia. The city is a replica of a Bavarian alpine town, in the Appalachians instead of the Alps.
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Junction
Junction of State Route #75 with States Route #75A north of Robertstown, Georgia. This is where the Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway ends and starts it's journey, thus making the byway a loop road.