With a total vertical drop of 600 feet (183 meters), Cochrans Falls is tied with Caledonia Cascade as the second tallest waterfall in Georgia. This cascading waterfall is located in Dawson County, northwest of Dawsonville, Georgia and is in the vicinity of the tallest waterfall in the state, Amicalola Falls. The largest drop is near the top of Cochrans Falls and is accessible by a treacherous trail that ascends the right side of the falls.
- Photograph of Cochrans Falls by J. D. Anthony
- World Waterfall Database entry for Cochrans Falls
- TopoQuest Map of Cochrans Falls
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