Anna Ruby Falls

Two creeks, Curtis and York, end their run down the steep slopes of Tray Mountain in twin waterfalls. Curtis creek falls 153 feet and York creek drops 50 feet. The two waterfalls are jointly called Anna Ruby Falls, named after the only daughter of James H. “Captain” Nichols, retired Colonel of the Civil War who settled in the Nacoochee Valley in 1870. The Anna Ruby Falls Trail (.4 mile in length) is paved, but relatively steep. Benches are located along the trail for those who want to sit and rest or just enjoy the scenic beauty of the area. At the base of the falls is an observation deck for viewing these beautiful falls.

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