This scene never fails to amaze me and also to relax me. This is one of the most dangerous rapids on the Chattooga River, which is a class five river.

It is hard to photograph fully the beauty and the wildness of this place. We have always climbed around on the rocks with the dogs. But we are careful because the rocks are so polished from the water levels being high and then low. This is a favorite spot for kayakers.

This is a wild and untamed river. The access point is on highway 76 about nine miles outside of Clayton, GA. The headwaters are located above Cashiers, NC. It’s a great destination place for a Sunday afternoon.

Just beautiful and normally about a 30 minute drive from Toccoa. The river flows into Lake Tugalo, where we kayaked last summer.