Sliding Rock

A natural waterslide, created by the Chattooga River gliding over a 10-foot high rock face with a few large potholes, Sliding Rock is a popular local spot during the summer because the water is quite cool. You can slide down the rock, cannonball into one of the potholes or just wade in the pool below the rock. From the intersection of Highway 107 and Highway 64 in Cashiers, follow 107 south for 1.9 miles to Whiteside Cove Road. Turn right onto Whiteside Cove Road and follow it 2.8 miles to the bridge over the Chattooga. Park and follow a short trail to the river.

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