Hike, run or backpack Georgia’s length of the Appalachian Trail, climbing to mountain summits, exploring mossy creek valleys, visiting waterfalls, and catching some seriously stunning views.
Explore Atlanta’s outdoor beauty, and hike our top 10 favorite Atlanta hiking trails within 40 miles of the city. These hikes explore gorgeous, rolling forest, scenic rivers, historical remains and catch the best, most stunning mountaintop views near Atlanta.
Escape sidewalks and crosswalks on our favorite Atlanta running trails, all within 20 miles of the city.
Hiawassee is a small lake town nestled in the North Georgia Mountains near the Appalachian Trail, located a short distance from some of the best hikes in the southeast. Follow our favorite trails near Hiawassee to stunning summit views, tumbling waterfalls, leafy forests filled with ferns and wildflowers, and some absolutely amazing outdoor adventures.
Hike to Cloudland Canyon’s stunning views and tumbling waterfalls, and sleep under the stars at the park’s best campsites. Our adventure guide for this ultra-scenic Georgia State Park.
Find an adventure at FDR State Park just south of Atlanta! Hike a lofty ridge on the Pine Mountain Trail to stunning mountaintop views and tumbling waterfalls, camp or stay in a historic cabin, paddle a glassy lake, and soak up some gorgeous Georgia scenic beauty.
Follow our favorite trails at Red Top Mountain through ferny pine forests to stunning views of Lake Allatoona. At just under forty miles from Atlanta, it’s one of our all-time favorite hiking spots close to the city.
Run, climb, bike or hike Tallulah Gorge State Park, exploring beautiful waterfalls, steep-sided canyons, and serene river banks in one of North Georgia’s most scenic parks.
Hike Amicalola Falls State Park to Georgia’s tallest waterfall, the southernmost point of the Appalachian Trail, and a backcountry lodge on our favorite hiking trails.
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.