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Georgia's Mt. Yonah and the Cheerokee Connection
Mt. Yonah, Georgia
The prime attraction of Mount Yonah is the great power points which are associated with the blind and hidden springs. In the past, many Sabbat rituals have been held on the cliff tops as well as Vision Quests and Meditations. It is also considered an excellent place for Climbers to practice.
Mount Yonah is a spiritual and sacred power point to the native americans, located in the Chattahoochee National Forest between Cleveland and Helen in northeastern Georgia. At some time in the distant past the top of the cliffs was used as a ceremonial site by native americans. There is a legend of a Cherokee Princess and a young Warrior who jumped off the cliff rather than be separated. The mountain is a granite monolith similar to Stone mountain near Atlanta. It has several hidden springs which are power points and can be used to generate a tremendous psychic force when doing a Crystal Ritual. The mountain is located a few miles south of Helen, off State Route 75. You can see the bald brow near the mountain top on the right side of the road about 4 miles north of Cleveland from the West Family Restaurant parking lot. Though Mt. Yonah is located in the public Chattahoochee National Forest, until recently, there was no public road access to the mountain top. It is completely surrounded by private property owners who prevent vehicular access by gating the Yonah Mountain road. There is a sign over this road explaining the access restrictions that will help identify it. The Yonah Campground is located next to the access road on the right, but it's private, members only. Yonah Crafts is located across the street from the access road. You are free to park in the tiny area under the power lines this side of the gate and walk in 2.7 miles up a gravel road to the primitive campground. Plan on 45 min to 1 hr. of walking.
What You Should Bring:
It is suggested that those who wish to hike up the mountain and camp at the primative camp site, take along everything they would need for a camping trip to a cool environment.
Access to Mt. Yonah:
Army Rangers train here occasionally, have control over the cliffs when they are present, and you may be barred from climbing. To avoid conflicts, call Staff Sergent Denogon @ 706-864-3327 or 3367 extension #197. There are porta-potties at the primitive campground. No water is available at the campground or on the mountain. Carry out all trash. If you bring it in, take it out.
Mount Yonah, Georgia will soon be more accessable to hikers and those who would use it for a ritual purpose. Land has been purchased, and a new access road will soon be completed, reopening this historic area to the Earth Religion community. In the mean time, be respectful of private property owners while utilizing the current Mount Yonah Road to insure it is kept open until the new road has been completed.
The West Family Restaurant is located just up the the hill from the access road, with a good view of Mount Yonah on the horizon a couple miles distant. It opens at 7 a.m., good spot for breakfast before hiking up. Helen is an "alpine village" tourist trap styled to resemble a bavarian town. You can find plenty of motels listed on the internet, just do a search for Helen, Georgia. It's a small town, congested with tourist traffic, stay downtown and you can walk to everything without parking hassles.
Best Western 706-878-2111
Comfort Inn 706-878-8000
Days Inn 706-878-4079
Helen, Georgia Information
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