Grab your hiking boots and hit the trail! These hiking trails meander across the Southeast & beyond to our favorite, most beautiful and noteworthy landscapes, waterfalls, canyons and mountain summits.
Run or hike this 5.8 mile loop through beautiful meadow, creek-filled forest and Civil War battlefields near Kennesaw Mountain.
Hike the popular trails at this Georgia State Park to breathtaking views of Tallulah Gorge – a steep-walled, waterfall-filled gorge.
Hike or run this 8.5 mile trail connecting two popular Chattahoochee River parks near Atlanta: Cochran Shoals and Sope Creek. Explore marshland, forest, tributary streams and Civil War paper mill ruins on this moderate intown hike.
Hike or trail run the scenic riverside West Palisades Trail on the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta from the park’s Akers Drive trailhead.
Hike this one mile out-and-back trail at Sope Creek Park near Marietta to Civil-War-era paper mill ruins on the shores of the beautiful Sope Creek.
Hike this 2.4 mile out-and-back trail to climb Kennesaw Mountain, the site of a Civil War battle just north of Atlanta, to catch breathtaking views and Civil War artifacts at the summit.
Hike this loop trail just north of Atlanta at Kennesaw Mountain, climbing two mountains, crossing Civil War battlefields, and catching stunning summit views.
Hike through ecological and geological diversity on the trails at Arabia Mountain, winding through massive exposed granite fields and fragile, shallow basins of rare plant life.
Hike 3.4 miles on the banks of the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta, climbing to several high overlooks, visiting mill ruins and a bamboo forest.
This challenging, 5.5 mile Georgia Appalachian Trail day hike climbs to incredible long-range views from the Rocky Mountain summit near Helen.
Sweetwater Creek State Park’s Yellow Trail hikes a scenic, moderately difficult 3.4 mile loop, crossing the creek via a bridge to explore the eastern shore of Sweetwater Creek.
Hike this moderate, 5.7 mile trail near Ellijay from the lush Bear Creek valley through an old-growth forest to a nearby summit.
Hike this difficult 6 miles trail at Georgia’s highest elevation state park, trailing to mountain summits, tumbling streams, and a secluded waterfall.
This trail hikes the Pine Mountain Trail at Georgia’s FD Roosevelt State Park, hiking a 4.3 mile loop to high-elevation valley views on the lofty Pine Mountain Ridge.
Hike Georgia’s Vogel State Park to stunningly beautiful vistas on the Blood Mountain summit on the famed Appalachian Trail.
We review the best trails in Georgia - from local Atlanta walking, hiking and running trails to Georgia hiking and backpacking adventures.
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