LickLog Falls consists of two separate waterfalls requiring an easy to moderate 1 hour walk round trip. From Mountain Lakes take Hwy 11 to Walhalla then 28 to it's intersection with 107. Follow 107 north past Oconee State Park to Village Creek road. Turn left then right about 1-1/2 miles later onto Nicholson Ford Road. Follow this gravel road about 2-1/5 miles (pass the lake on your left and pass the parking lot on your right) where you will see a fork in the road. The left fork is private, follow the right fork a short distance to the small parking lot. Take the trail past the Trout Registration Box.
An alternate trail is to follow a 2.4 miles section of the FootHills Trail beginning at Hwy 107 and Tamassee Road (FS 710). The 4.8 mile round trip is a easy to moderate 2 1/2 hour walk through Rhododendron and Laurel thickets and a White Pine forest.
The first falls drops about 15 feet into as small pool, great for cooling off on a hot summer day. The area at the base of the falls is a good place to picnic or camp.
The second falls drops about 30 feet into the Chattooga Wild and Scenic River. From here you can follow the Chattooga River Trail upstream to the "rock gorge" or down stream to Ira Branch.