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Boulders at Anna Ruby Falls, Unicoi State Park
Georgia, USA
Just north of the Alpine village of Helen, Anna Ruby Falls is adjacent to Unicoi State Park. The waterfall is accessible via a half mile (800 m) trail from a public use area. It is part of the 1600 acre Anna Ruby Falls Scenic Area.
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Uploaded: 06/06/2012
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