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Tallulah Gorge & Helen, GA

Tallulah Gorge & Helen, GA

October 11, 2024 (Friday)

Since the early 19th century, Tallulah Gorge and its waterfalls have been a tourist attraction. In 1882, Tallulah Falls Railway was built, increasing the accessibility of the area to tourists and the gorge became North Georgia’s first tourist attraction. Resort hotels and bars sprang up to serve the tourist trade, which, after the addition of the railway, swelled to as many as 2,000     people on any given Sunday. In 1883, tightrope walker, Professor Bachman crossed the gorge as part of a publicity stunt for one hotel. On July 18, 1970, Karl Wallenda became the second man to walk across the gorge on a tightrope.

We will have lunch in the Alpine Village of    Helen, GA at one of the German restaurants and partake in a short wine or brewery tasting before returning home.

Tour Includes:

  • Lunch in Helen, GA at one of our favorite German restaurants.

  • Transportation via our luxury coach.

  • Complimentary onboard beverages and snacks.

  • Fully escorted tour with experienced  tour  manager.

  • Tour will depart from the Globe Treks   office at 8:00AM and return around  7:00PM.

  • Tour limited to 30 guests.


Prices and itinerary subject to change.


$189 per guest


Other Tours:

In addition to Day Trips , please also see our Southeast & Mystery ToursNortheast and West ToursInternational Tours, and Private Charters.

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