GPS for waterfall: 34.82678, -83.10452
Water source: Alexander Creek
Height: Approximately 30-35 feet
This is a lovely, two-tier waterfall near the headwaters of Alexander Creek. Map reading skills and experience off-trail hiking are required for this hike. Unfortunately, downfall prevents getting a photo from the base. There is at least five feet more of falling water below the first photo. The second photo above shows more of the top-tier, which is roughly about 15 feet high.
Around the 1430′ level, on an unmarked tributary, at 34.82798, -83.10275, there is this quaint little drop, about 10-12 feet high. There is much more falling water above this drop, but it is completely covered in downfall.