With access to four popular hiking trails, Indian Grave Gap is an easy forest road nestled in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest just north of Helen, GA. The road climbs about 1200 feet in elevation during its roughly 4-mile path and remains in the thick oak and sycamore forests native to the area. About 1 mile up Indian Grave Gap from its start on State Highway 17, two of Georgia’s most beautiful waterfalls are along the exceptionally popular High Shoals Falls hiking trail. Other hiking trails cross this road, including the famous Appalachian Trail, Rocky Mountain, and Andrews Cove. Indian Grave Gap ends at its intersection with the popular Tray Mountain Road. Several nice dispersed camping sites are along Indian Grave Gap near its intersection with Tray Mountain Road. With all the activities available in this area, Indian Grave Gap can be very busy, especially on the weekends.
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