One of the most beautiful and scenic roads in all of Georgia, Augustine Gap winds its way through the mountain ridges around Jasus Creek. Riding the ridge, the lack of trees and brush on one side or the other mesmerizes you with outstanding views of the mountains and the valley below. Although there are no obstacles, technical spots, or potholes, this road is extremely steep and very narrow, with steep drop-offs and almost no passing spots, making it suitable for any stock 4x4 vehicle.
A few clearings are suitable for camping but not nearly as good as the connecting Chattahoochee River Road, FSR 44.
This seasonal road is only open a few weeks per month, from September through December. The dates vary slightly each year. Check the dates before visiting via the Forest Service website.
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