Check out Georgia’s most popular hikes! These hiking trails travel to Georgia’s top landscapes, mountain summits, waterfalls, canyons and parks.
This scenic stretch of the Appalachian Trail in Georgia winds 5.2 miles roundtrip from the Indian Grave Gap valley to the soaring Tray Mountain summit.
Check out our top 10 favorite hikes within 40 miles of Atlanta, Georgia. These hiking trails explore beautiful forest, rolling terrain and scenic rivers & creeks near Atlanta.
This hiking trail treks to double waterfalls at High Shoals, dropping through beautiful forest to visit a massive, 50+ foot waterfall cascade, one of the largest in North Georgia.
This 4.5 mile hiking trail near Cartersville, Georgia climbs to the scenic summit of Pine Mountain for outstanding long-range views of Lake Allatoona, winds through massive granite outcrops and explores a stream-filled valley.
This hike follows four trails through Georgia’s Vogel State Park to the stunningly beautiful Blood Mountain summit on the famed Appalachian Trail. And with an elevation change of over 4300 feet along its 8.5 miles, this moderately difficult hiking trail is a great workout.
Ecological and geological diversity abound along the hiking trails at Arabia Mountain, winding through massive fields of exposed granite and past fragile, shallow basins teeming with rare plant life.
This 6 mile moderate trail winds and splashes through the Jacks River valley, wading through the river to a series of impressive waterfalls.
This 4.4 mile hiking trail near Blue Ridge, Georgia winds along and through Emery Creek, crossing the stream 20 times along the trail. This is not an easy trail to navigate. But the payoff at the end of the hike is worth it: a gorgeous, secluded waterfall.
This popular hiking trail follows the banks of Panther Creek for 3.5 miles to end at one of the most beautiful, rushing waterfalls in Georgia.
These hiking trails wind through the gorgeous, colorful sculpted sandstone that forms the steep canyon walls of Providence Canyon in Southwest Georgia.
This hiking trail travels 5.1 miles to one of the most popular and beautiful waterfalls in North Georgia, Raven Cliff Falls.
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