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.
This hiking trail climbs through a difficult 6 mile stretch of backcountry in Georgia’s highest elevation state park, rising and falling along multiple mountain summits, crossing streams, and visiting a beautiful, secluded waterfall.
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.
The hiking trails at Fort Mountain State Park in Georgia hike to outstanding long range views, a mysterious, massive rock wall, a CCC rock tower, and through incredibly beautiful forest.
This 14 mile hike – perfect for an overnight backpacking trip – travels through multiple vistas along the Appalachian Trail in Georgia.
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