Over 50,000 people come each year to view the Chattahoochee National Forest's most popular attraction. Located off Route 356 north of Helen and adjacent to Unicoi State Park, Anna Rubby Falls tumbles down the side of 4,430-foot Tray Mountain.
Anna Ruby Falls is actually two falls - Curtis Creek at 153 feet high and York Creek at 50 feet high. Both falls plunge to a pool forming Smith Creek.
To get to the falls, start at the Visitor Center and climb a half-mile paved trail along the whitewater creek.
Hope you enjoy this waterfall and hike!