Hiking Trails

Grab your hiking boots and hit the trail! Hike these trails across the Southeast & beyond to our favorite landscapes, waterfalls, canyons and mountain summits. Looking for Georgia’s most popular hikes and backpacking trips? Check out our top ten favorite North Georgia hikes, our favorite trails to waterfalls in Georgia, or our top ten hikes within 40 miles of Atlanta.

Hike the Pine Log Creek Trail to the CCC Quarry Pond north of Allatoona Lake

Pine Log Creek Trail and Quarry

Hike the Pine Log Creek Trail to a historic, rocky, water-filled quarry and through rolling forest north of Allatoona Lake and Cartersville.

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Tallulah Gorge State Park: Hiking the north and south rim trails

Tallulah Gorge: Hiking the North Rim & South Rim Trails

Hike the rim trails at Tallulah Gorge State Park, sighting waterfalls deep in the gorge. The North Rim & South Rim Trails are the easiest, most popular and most scenic at Tallulah Gorge.

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Hike the Appalachian Trail from Hightower Gap to Cooper Gap

Appalachian Trail: Hightower Gap to Cooper Gap

Hike this 7 mile day hike on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia, rolling elevation from Hightower Gap to Horse Gap, over Sassafrass Mountain and down to Cooper Gap.

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Hike the upper Conasauga River Trail in Georgia's Cohutta Wilderness

Hiking the upper Conasauga River Trail

Hike a difficult 12 mile adventure on the Conasauga River Trail, following and fording the Conasauga River from its northern trailhead. It’s a wet, river-filled adventure in the remote, beautiful Cohutta Wilderness.

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High Falls State Park: Hiking the Historic and Tranquil Trails near Macon

High Falls State Park: Hiking the Historic Trail & Tranquil Trail

Hike to stunning views of the High Shoals waterfall and historic ruins on the Historic & Tranquil Trails at High Falls State Park near Macon.

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Hike the Warwoman Dell Trail and Bartram Triail to Becky Branch Falls

Warwoman Dell: Hiking the Bartram Trail to Becky Branch Falls

Hike the Warwoman Dell Trail and Bartram Trail through beautiful forest to a trio of Rabun County waterfalls, including the popular, tumbling Becky Branch Falls waterfall.

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Tallulah Gorge State Park: Hiking the Sliding Rock Trail

Tallulah Gorge: Hiking the Sliding Rock Trail

Score a gorge floor permit at Tallulah Gorge State Park to hike the spectacular, boulder-filled Sliding Rock Trail, and get an up-close view of the Bridal Veil Falls waterfall deep within the gorge.

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Hike the Conasauga River Trail (southern half) from Betty Gap

Lower Conasauga River Trail: hiking the Cohutta Wilderness from Betty Gap

Hike 13 roundtrip miles on the Conasauga River Trail’s southern half in Georgia’s remote, lush Cohutta Wilderness. The Conasauga River Trail splashes through 36 river fords (& many creek crossings) from Betty Gap to Bray Field, Little Rough Creek and back.

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Tallulah Gorge Hurricane Falls Trail

Tallulah Gorge: Hiking the Hurricane Falls Loop Trail

Hike Tallulah Gorge State Park’s most popular trail. The view-packed Hurricane Falls Trail skirts the gorge rim, descends to the gorge floor and crosses a suspension bridge to the thundering Hurricane Falls waterfall.

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Angel Falls Trail: Hiking Lake Rabun to double waterfalls

Angel Falls Trail: Hiking Lake Rabun Beach to Angel Falls & Panther Falls

Hike the Angel Falls Trail at the Lake Rabun Beach campground in North Georgia to two beautiful waterfalls, Angel Falls and Panther Falls.

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Jacks River Falls: Hiking the Beech Bottom Trail in the Cohutta Wilderness

Jacks River Falls: Beech Bottom Trail & Jacks River Trail

Explore Jacks River Falls, a stunning, roaring, rocky waterfall in Georgia’s Cohutta Wilderness, hiking the Beech Bottom Trail & Jacks River Trail.

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Black Rock Mountain State Park: hiking the Tennesee Rock Trail

Black Rock Mountain State Park: Tennessee Rock Trail

Hike Black Rock Mountain State Park in North Georgia to stunning mountain views & through beautiful wildflower-filled forest on the Tennessee Rock Trail.

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Hiking the Bartram Trail and Chattooga River Trail

Bartram Trail and Chattooga River Trail: Hiking from Russell Bridge to Adeline Ford

Hike a 5.5 mile round trip on the Bartram Trail and Chattooga River Trail, following the wide, wild, scenic river downstream from Russell Bridge to Adeline Ford.

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Ocmulgee National Monument: Hiking Indian Mounds Near Macon

Ocmulgee National Monument: Indian Mounds Trail in Macon

Hike the Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, exploring the park’s ancient Native American mounds and a wildlife-filled wetland on the Ocmulgee River.

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High Falls State Park: Hiking the Falls Trail near Macon, Georgia

High Falls State Park: Hiking the Falls Trail

Hike the Falls Trail at High Falls State Park near Macon, hiking a double loop to views of the enormous, thundering High Falls waterfalls.

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Hemlock Falls Trail at Lake Burton near Moccasin Creek State Park

Hemlock Falls Trail on Moccasin Creek at Lake Burton

Hike the two-mile Hemlock Falls Trail at Lake Burton, exploring a waterfall-filled valley and the Hemlock Falls waterfall near Moccasin Creek State Park in Rabun County.

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Bartram Trail to Rabun Bald from Beegum Gap, Georgia

Rabun Bald: Hiking the Bartram Trail from Beegum Gap

Hike the Bartram Trail to Rabun Bald, the second-tallest mountain summit in Georgia, to catch stunning panoramic views from the Rabun Bald summit.

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Minnehaha Falls Trail on Rabun Lake in North Georgia

Minnehaha Falls Trail: Hiking to Georgia’s Minnehaha Falls

Hike the Minnehaha Falls Trail, a short, easy, kid-friendly hike on Lake Rabun in North Georgia, to a beautiful, towering, cascading waterfall.

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Kennesaw Mountain Environmental Trail

Kennesaw Mountain Environmental Trail

The Environmental Trail explores the base of Kennesaw Mountain on an easy, one mile loop. With signs that teach about Kennesaw Mountain’s forest and wildlife, it’s a kid-friendly hike, but great for adults, too.

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Kennesaw Mountain 24 Gun Trail: Hiking & Trail Running

Kennesaw Mountain 24 Gun Trail

Hike (or trail run) the Kennesaw Mountiain 24 Gun Trail and Environmental Trail, exploring Kenesaw Mountain’s lower elevations, a rocky, rolling forest, and the site of a fortified Civil War Union camp.

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Unicoi State Park Hiking: Bottoms Loop Trail

Unicoi State Park Bottoms Loop Trail

Hike or run the Bottoms Loop Trail at Unicoi State Park near Helen to visit the trout-filled Smith Creek, a wide, grassy meadow and a beautiful, stream-filled forest.

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Anna Ruby Falls waterfall trail near Helen, Georgia

Anna Ruby Falls Trail

Hike the paved Anna Ruby Falls Trail to the beautiful, rare double waterfalls at Anna Ruby Falls near Helen. This less-than-1-mile hike trails a waterfall-filled creek, and is kid-friendly, stroller-friendly and dog-friendly, too.

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Yonah Mountain Trail hiking near Helen

Yonah Mountain Trail

Hike the Yonah Mountain Trail a moderately difficult 4.4 miles to stunning views at the Yonah Mountain summit near Helen, Georgia.

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Fort Yargo State Park Hiking & Running the Lake Loop Trail

Lake Loop Trail: Fort Yargo Hiking and Running

Hike or run the southern half of Fort Yargo’s inner Lake Loop Trail, catching nearly-continuous lake views and beautiful sunsets at Fort Yargo State Park near Athens.

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Amicalola Falls State Park in Georgia

Amicalola Falls State Park: Our Favorite Hikes

Hike Amicalola Falls State Park to Georgia’s tallest waterfall, the southernmost point of the Appalachian Trail, and a backcountry lodge. Our favorite Amicalola Falls trails.

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Spring Hiking in Georgia: Our Top 10 Favorite Trails

Best Spring Hikes in Georgia: Our Top 10 Favorite Trails

Spring brings warmer temps, longer days, flowering forests and fantastic hiking weather. Hike our top ten favorite Spring hikes in Georgia to waterfalls, wildflowers and stunning summit views.

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Savannah Running and Hiking: Our Favorite Savannah Trails

Savannah Running and Hiking: Our Favorite Savannah Trails

Hike, run, walk or backpack these top trails near Savannah, exploring the city’s historic district and nearby Atlantic coast. Our favorite trails near Savannah, Georgia.

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Skidaway Island Loop Trails near Savannah Georgia

Hiking Skidaway Island State Park: Sandpiper Trail & Avian Loop Trail

Hike a two mile, two-trail duo at Skidaway Island near Savannah to scenic views of salt flats, marsh, tidal creeks and stunning sunsets.

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Hiking Skidaway Island Big Ferry Trail near Savannah

Skidaway Island State Park near Savannah: Hiking the Big Ferry Trail

Hike Skidaway Island near Savannah to sweeping intercoastal views from an observation tower, to a prohibition-era liquor still, and through beautiful moss-draped coastal forest on the Big Ferry Trail.

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Hiking Wormsloe Historic Site near Savannah

Hiking Wormsloe Historic Site near Savannah

Hike the Wormsloe Battery Trail to Oak Avenue’s 400 moss-draped oak trees, the Wormsloe historic ruins and grassy coastal salt marsh near Savannah.

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Chattahoochee River Trails: Our top ten favorite trails

Chattahoochee River Trails: Our Top 10 Favorite Trails on the Hooch

Hike, walk, run or bike our top ten favorite, most popular and scenic trails in the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area north of Atlanta.

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Winter Hiking in Georgia: Cloudland Canyon

Cloudland Canyon: Winter Hiking

Hike Cloudland Canyon’s Waterfalls Trail, East Rim Loop Trail and Overlook Trail in Winter for beautiful wintertime views, icicle-covered canyon walls and frosty, icy waterfalls.

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Arabia Mountain: Arabia Lake, Boardwalk & Summit Trail

Arabia Mountain: Arabia Lake, Boardwalk, & Summit Trail

Hike five miles on Arabia Mountain’s most scenic & popular trails, hiking through forest, to a glassy lake, over the Klondike Boardwalk, and to outstanding Arabia Mountain summit views.

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Georgia State Parks Hiking: Our favorite Trails

Georgia State Parks Hiking: Our Top 10 Favorite Trails

Georgia State Parks offer some of the most popular, scenery-packed hiking trails across Georgia’s incredibly diverse terrain. Our top ten favorite trails in Georgia’s State Parks.

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Chattahoochee Bend: Hiking the Riverside Trail

Hike the kid-friendly Riverside Trail at Chattahoochee Bend State Park south of Atlanta to Chattahoochee River views in a wildlife-filled, shady forest.

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Arabia Mountain Mile Rock Trail

Arabia Mountain Mile Rock Trail & Forest Trail Loop

Hike the two mile, kid-friendly Mile Rock Trail and Forest Trail loop at Arabia Mountain near Atlanta through vast rock fields and to a glassy, serene lake.

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Arabia Mountain Top Trail

Hike the Arabia Mountain Top Trail through massive exposed granite fields and past shallow basins of rare plants, climbing to stunning summit views.

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Winter Hiking in Georgia: Cloudland Canyon

Winter Hiking in Georgia: Our Favorite Trails

Explore these waterfalls and mountain summits in Georgia’s mild climate on our favorite winter-friendly hiking trails.

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Appalachian Trail: Dicks Creek Gap to Powell Mountain

Appalachian Trail: Dicks Creek Gap to Powell Mountain

Hike the Appalachian Trail in Georgia south from Dicks Creek Gap, climbing to stunning views of Lake Burton from the summit of Powell Mountain.

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Georgia Appalachian Trail: Dicks Creek Gap to Bly Gap

Appalachian Trail: Dicks Creek Gap to Bly Gap, NC

Backpack the Appalachian Trail from Dicks Creek Gap to Georgia’s northern border at Bly Gap. This hike trails 17.4 miles – a classic North Georgia backpacking adventure.

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Best Fall Hiking in North Georgia: Our Favorite Trails

Our favorite fall hiking trails hike North Georgia mountain summits and creek valleys to catch views of the fall season’s colorful foliage.

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Jacks River Trail from Dally Gap in the Cohutta Wilderness

Hike and splash 9+ miles on the Jacks River Trail, winding and wading through Georgia’s Cohutta Wilderness to a series of beautiful waterfalls on Jacks River.

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Cochran Mill Park: Hiking the Henry Mill Falls Trail

Hike 4.8 miles to the beautiful Henry Mill Falls waterfall in Cochran Mill Park, 25 miles southeast of Atlanta.

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Three Forks Hiking, Backpacking & Camping Guide

Hike, backpack and camp the beautiful, shady, waterfall-filled Three Forks valley near Blue Ridge, Georgia.

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Appalachian Trail Three Forks to Hawk Mountain Shelter

Appalachian Trail: Three Forks to Hawk Mountain Shelter

Hike the Appalachian Trail from the stream-filled Three Forks valley to Long Creek Falls, the Hawk Mountain Shelter and a centuries-old, weathered cemetery.

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Dockery Lake Trail: Dockery Lake to the Appalachian Trail

Hike the Dockery Lake Trail 7.1 miles roundtrip from Dockery Lake, a small mountain lake north of Dahlonega, to the Appalachian Trail near Big Cedar Mountain.

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Panther Creek Trail: Hiking to Panther Creek Falls

Hike or backpack to Panther Creek Falls, one of Georgia’s most beautiful and popular waterfalls, on the 7 mile Panther Creek Trail.

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Arabia Mountain: Cascade Trail and Wilburn Farm Trail

Hike the Arabia Mountain Cascade Trail to small cascading waterfalls before looping the Wilburn Farm Trail to an old barn, farmhouse ruins and a small pond.

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Arabia Mountain: Mountain View Trail

Hike the Arabia Mountain View Trail over vast granite expanses to a glassy, reflective lake and grassy meadow on Arabia Mountain’s lower elevations.

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Red Top Mountain State Park: Hiking the Homestead Trail on Lake Allatoona

Hike the 5.3 mile Homestead Trail along the rolling, iron-rich, red-tipped shoreline of Lake Allatoona at Georgia’s Red Top Mountain State Park.

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Georgia Appalachian Trail

Georgia Appalachian Trail Hiking Guide

Hike the Appalachian Trail in Georgia to mountain summits, mossy creek valleys and stunning views. These are our favorite Georgia Appalachian Trail hikes & backpacking adventures.

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Atlanta’s Best Hiking Trails – Our Top 10 Favorite Hikes

Our top 10 favorite Atlanta hiking trails within 40 miles of the city. These hikes explore gorgeous forest, rolling terrain and scenic rivers near Atlanta.

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Jones Bridge Trail on the Chattahoochee River

The Jones Bridge Trail travels the Chattahoochee’s Jones Bridge Park to the remnants of an old bridge and beautiful Chattahoochee River views.

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Cumberland Island Hiking Guide

Explore Cumberland Island, hiking to Carnegie mansion ruins and wide, powdery beaches on Georgia’s southern coastline.

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Cumberland Island Backpacking Guide

Explore Cumberland Island’s shores amidst wild horses and mansion ruins on an overnight backpacking adventure on Georgia’s southern coast.

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Woody Gap to Ramrock Mountain & the Gooch Mountain Shelter: Appalachian Trail

Hike the Appalachian Trail south from Woody Gap over Black Mountain to Ramrock Mountain views, camping at Gooch Gap, and the Gooch Mountain Shelter on this 10.6 mile, out-and-back hike.

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Johnson Ferry Trail at the Chattahoochee River

Hike, walk or run the Johnson Ferry Trail, looping 1.8 nearly-level miles on the Chattahoochee River’s banks at Johnson Ferry Park near Marietta.

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Tesnatee Gap to Cowrock Mountain: Appalachian Trail in Georgia

Hike the Appalachian Trail from Tesnatee Gap to stunning Cowrock Mountain summit views on this 2.25 mile, out-and-back day hike in the Raven Cliffs Wilderness.

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Byron Reece Trail at Neels Gap

Hike the Byron Reece Trail at Neels Gap through a beautiful, mossy, stream-filled forest on the lower elevations of Blood Mountain.

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Blood Mountain Hiking

Blood Mountain Hiking, Backpacking & Camping Guide

Hike, backpack and camp Blood Mountain’s beautiful, popular and rugged summit on the Appalachian Trail north of Helen, Georgia. 

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Blood Mountain to Cowrock Mountain: Backpacking the Appalachian Trail

Hike or backpack 13 miles on this Georgia stretch of the Appalachian Trail from Blood Mountain through Neels Gap to Wolf Laurel Top and Cowrock Mountain.

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Emery Creek Trail: Hiking to Emery Creek Falls

Hike the Emery Creek Trail six out-and-back miles to the gorgeous, secluded Emery Creek Falls waterfall near Blue Ridge.

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Appalachian Trail: Woody Gap to Preachers Rock, Big Cedar Mountain & Jarrard Gap

Hike the Appalachian Trail from Woody Gap to Preachers Rock at Big Cedar Mountain and Jarrard Gap, trailing 11.6 miles in Georgia’s beautiful Blood Mountain Wilderness.

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Yellow River Trail: Hiking Yellow River Park near Stone Mountain

Hike 3.2 miles on the Yellow River Trail’s scenic, forested riverside banks to a terraced waterfall at Yellow River Park near Stone Mountain.

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Powers Island Trail: Hiking the Chattahoochee River

Hike the Powers Island Trail on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, exploring Powers Island and the river’s rocky, boulder-filled banks.

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North Georgia Waterfalls: Our Top 10 Favorite Hikes

Hike to North Georgia waterfalls on our favorite trails to beautiful cascading falls.

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Georgia’s Best Dog Friendly Trails: Our Favorite Hikes with Dogs

Hike these dog friendly trails near Atlanta and in North Georgia – the favorite hikes of our favorite canine hiking buddies, Amber and Jake.

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Appalachian Trail, Jarrard Trail, and Slaughter Creek Trail Loop

Hike this 5.6 mile loop on the Appalachian Trail, Slaughter Creek Trail and Jarrard Trail near Blood Mountain through a wildflower-filled forest.

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Raven Cliff Falls Trail: Hiking to Gorgeous Waterfalls

Hike the Raven Cliff Falls Trail 4.9 miles through a waterfall-filled valley to one of Georgia’s most popular and beautiful waterfalls, Raven Cliff Falls.

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Hiking Stone Mountain’s Walk-Up & Cherokee Trails

Combine two Stone Mountain hiking trails, the Walk Up Trail and Cherokee Trail, trekking to the Stone Mountain summit and then around its scenic base.

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Cascade Springs Nature Preserve Trail

Hike the stream-filled trails at Atlanta’s Cascade Springs Nature Preserve to a beautiful waterfall and Civil War battle site.

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Hiking the Appalachian Trail – Three Forks to Springer Mountain near Ellijay

Hike the Appalachian Trail 8.6 miles roundtrip from the creek-filled Three Forks valley on this Springer Mountain trail – the southern end of the AT.

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Cheatham Hill / Kolb Farm Loop Trail at Kennesaw Mountain

Run or hike this Kennesaw Mountain trail – a 5.8 mile loop from Cheatham Hill through beautiful meadow, creek-filled forest and Civil War battlefields.

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Sope Creek via Cochran Shoals: Hiking the Chattahoochee River

Hike this 8.5 mile trail connecting two popular Chattahoochee River parks near Atlanta: Cochran Shoals and Sope Creek. Explore marshland, forest, and Civil War paper mill ruins on this moderate hike.

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West Palisades Trails: Chattahoochee River at Akers Drive

Hike or trail run the scenic riverside West Palisades Trail on the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta from the park’s Akers Drive trailhead.

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Sope Creek: Hiking the Ruins & Creek Trail

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.

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Kennesaw Mountain Trail: hiking to the Kennesaw Mountain summit

Kennesaw Mountain Trail: Hiking the 2.4 mile Mountain Trail

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.

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Kennesaw Mountain Trail: Hiking the 11 Mile Battlefield & Mountain Loop

Hike this 11 mile Kennesaw Mountain Trail loop over two mountains, across Civil War battlefields, and to stunning summit views of the Atlanta skyline.

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East Palisades Trail: Hiking the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta

Hike the East Palisades Trail 3.4 miles on the Chattahoochee River in Atlanta, climbing to several high overlooks, visiting mill ruins and a bamboo forest.

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Unicoi Gap to Indian Grave Gap: Hiking the Appalachian Trail at Rocky Mountain

This challenging day hike on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia climbs to incredible long-range views at Rocky Mountain from Unicoi Gap near Helen.

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Sweetwater Yellow Trail: Sweetwater Creek State Park

Hike the 3.4 mile Sweetwater Yellow Trail loop to Sweetwater’s eastern shore, crossing a large bridge at Sweetwater Creek State Park.

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Bear Creek Hiking Trail: Valley to Summit

Hike this moderate, 5.7 mile Bear Creek Trail out-and-back, climbing from the lush Bear Creek valley to a nearby summit near Ellijay.

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Black Rock Mountain State Park: Edmonds Backcountry Trail

Hike Black Rock Mountain State Park to mountain summits, tumbling streams, and a secluded waterfall on this difficult six mile loop trail.

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FD Roosevelt State Park: Hiking the Pine Mountain Trail at Dowdell’s Knob

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.

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Vogel State Park to Blood Mountain: Hiking the Appalachian Trail

Hike Georgia’s Vogel State Park to stunningly beautiful vistas on the Blood Mountain summit via the Appalachian Trail.

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Sweetwater Red Trail: Hiking at Sweetwater Creek

The two mile Sweetwater Red Trail hikes to historic mill ruins, rushing rapids and small waterfalls at Atlanta’s Sweetwater Creek State Park.

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Gold Branch Trail: Hiking the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta

Hike the Gold Branch Trail 3.5 miles on the wildlife-filled banks of the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta.

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Springer Mountain Loop Trail: Hiking the Appalachian Trail & BMT

Hike 4.75 miles on Georgia’s Springer Mountain Loop on the Appalachian Trail and Benton Mackaye Trail to overlooks and a beautiful stream-filled valley.

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Bob Callan Trail & Rottenwood Creek Trail at Paces Mill / West Palisades

Hike, bike, walk or run the 3.6 mile, paved Bob Callan Trail along Rottenwood Creek and the Chattahoochee River at Paces Mill Park and West Palisades in Atlanta.

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Dukes Creek Falls Trail: Hiking near Helen

The moderate, kid and dog-friendly Dukes Creek Falls Trail hikes to multiple waterfalls on Dukes Creek and Davis Creek in North Georgia.

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Eastside BeltLine Trail: Atlanta BeltLine Running & Cycling

Atlanta’s Eastside BeltLine Trail travels through art, history and culture from Piedmont Park to Inman Park & Old Fourth Ward on the paved Atlanta BeltLine.

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Island Ford Park: Hiking the Island Ford Trail on the Chattahoochee River

Hike the Island Ford Trail at Island Ford Park on the Chattahoochee River through a wildlife-filled forest near Roswell.

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Providence Canyon State Park: Hiking the Canyon Loop Trail

Hike the Providence Canyon State Park’s Canyon Loop Trail, winding between steep, colorful sandstone canyon walls in southwestern Georgia.

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Panola Mountain Hiking: Guide-Led Twilight Hikes

Explore the Panola Mountain hiking trails on this guide-led sunset hike to the mountain’s summit at Panola Mountain State Park.

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Sweetwater White Trail: Hiking Sweetwater Creek State Park

Hike the Sweetwater White Trail on a 4.1 mile loop through tumbling whitewater, quiet meadows and a serene pond at Georgia’s Sweetwater Creek State Park.

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Tray Mountain: Hiking the Appalachian Trail at Indian Grave Gap

Hike to Tray Mountain on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia, trailing 5.2 miles from the Indian Grave Gap to the soaring Tray Mountain summit.

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Bear Creek Trail: Hiking to the giant Gennett Poplar Tree

Hike the Bear Creek Trail, winding through a beautiful, fern-filled creek valley to the second largest living tree in Georgia, the Gennett Poplar.

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Cochran Shoals Trail: Chattahoochee River Running & Walking

Hike, walk, run, or bike over 4 miles of wide, level trails at Cochran Shoals park along the Chattahoochee River in Atlanta.

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Long Creek Falls: Hiking the Appalachian Trail

Hike the Appalachian Trail to the beautiful Long Creek Falls waterfall through the hemlock and rhododendron-filled Three Forks valley.

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Pine Mountain Trail: Hiking to Allatoona Lake Vistas

Hike the Pine Mountain Trail 4.5 miles to the scenic Pine Mountain summit for outstanding views of Allatoona Lake.

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