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Rabun County, Georgia, United States (34.87961 -83.42514)
The Eastern Continental Divide runs through the county, roughly from southwest to northeast, also representing a portion of the Tennessee Valley Divide. The county's eastern border with South Carolina is formed by the Chattooga River, the largest tributary of the Tugaloo River and then Savannah River (which forms the rest of the border of the two states). The north-central portion of Rabun County is in the watershed of the Little Tennessee River, which flows northward from Mountain City. The high elevation along the divide gives Rabun County the most snow of any in county in Georgia. This also gives it mild weather throughout the warmer months of the year, leading to the county's slogan, Where Spring Spends the Summer. Rabun County is the only county in Georgia with three state parks: Black Rock Mountain, Moccasin Creek, and Tallulah Gorge.
Nantahala National Forest (Nantahala Ranger District), Rabun County, Georgia, United States (35.05078 -83.49228)
Coordinates: 34.99337 -83.73811 35.45194 -82.91969 - Minimum elevation: 685 ft - Maximum elevation: 6,592 ft - Average elevation: 2,477 ft
Tallulah Gorge, Tallulah Falls, Rabun County, Georgia, 30573, United States (34.73133 -83.38174)
Coordinates: 34.72235 -83.39527 34.73993 -83.36764 - Minimum elevation: 767 ft - Maximum elevation: 2,359 ft - Average elevation: 1,549 ft
Rabun Gap Nacoochee School Lake Dam, Rabun County, Georgia, 30568, United States (34.94727 -83.39782)
Coordinates: 34.94722 -83.39787 34.94732 -83.39777 - Minimum elevation: 2,109 ft - Maximum elevation: 3,803 ft - Average elevation: 2,487 ft