Panther Creek Trail, leading to Panther Creek Falls, can be found on the extreme east end of the Chattahooche National Forest, just northeast of Clarksville, GA. This account consists of mostly panoramic images from my 7 mile out-and-back scramble and hike along the creek to the falls. Thunderstorms drenched the forest around me for most of the hike/run, but this resulted in a welcome drop in temperature from the unseasonably scorching weather the area had been experiencing. I personally loved this trail. Most of the time you’re hiking in the shade, and the terrain is challenging at times – hands on scrambling up steep tree roots and rock. Rain trickled through the forest canopy above as I hustled up and down the slick track. My trek was approximately 1 hour to the falls and 1.5 hours back. I suggest walking into the creek at the falls, and climbing onto the rushing falls for added adventure.