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Georgia whitewater, Tallulah River

Coleman River Junction to Lake Burton section whitewater kayaking, rafting, and paddling information.


CLASS II-III+     7.8 miles
  The Coleman River Junction to Lake Burton section of Tallulah River in -blank- County is 7.8 miles long and has been determined by American Whitewater to be a class II-III+ section. The wonderful Georgia scenery and the cool fresh water will make you feel great. The nearby hotels are a bit away from the river, and if you make reservations in advance you're all set. The wild scenery of the Blue Ridge Mountains is great. This is the only
    paddling stretch along Tallulah River. This stretch has has enough mileage, good for a one day paddling trip. Great exercise and just hanging out with mother nature will have you coming back for more. For all you camping
people there are campgrounds nearby. Whitewater rafting and kayaking in Georgia is often more difficult than elsewhere, so don't forget that a large number of rivers in this state are not easy.

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