Find an adventure in Blue Ridge, Georgia, with our favorite things to do and outdoor adventures. Where to hike, eat, paddle, raft, bike, or just relax in a cozy cabin rental in this scenic North Georgia mountain town.
Hike to some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the Blue Ridge area, exploring tumbling cascades tumbling from rocky cliffs. These are our favorite hikes to the area’s best falls, all within 40 miles of town.
Hawks Ridge Cabin is nestled on a large private lot near the Toccoa River in Blue Ridge, Georgia, and it’s a great mix of rustic mountain charm and upscale luxury. This cabin from Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals is open, spacious, and great for a quiet weekend escape or home base for an adventure-themed mountain getaway.
Hike to High Shoals Falls and Blue Hole Falls, two stunning waterfalls set in a lush, green forest near Helen, Georgia.
Hike a scenic loop on the Laurel Ridge Trail and Cooper’s Furnace Trail, exploring a historic, stacked-stone iron furnace and climbing to high-elevation views of Allatoona Lake, the Etowah River and Allatoona Dam.
Hike the Benton MacKaye Trail near Blue Ridge, Georgia to a long suspension bridge over the Toccoa River, and a small waterfall on the opposite bank.
Hike the Oak Ridge Nature Trail to catch scenic views of Carters Lake from a small peninsula and inlet, looping through beautiful North Georgia forest.
Fort Mountain State Park is one of our all-time favorite North Georgia adventure getaways, with more than 50 miles of trails, spectacular summit views, and abundant outdoor beauty. Hike, bike, paddle, camp, or just relax and soak up some stunning Georgia mountain beauty at this scenic state park west of Blue Ridge.
Hike the Benton MacKaye Trail a short half mile, roundtrip, exploring the cascading Fall Branch Falls waterfall and a shady, mossy forest near Blue Ridge.