Georgia’s Rabun County is rugged, wild and beautiful. Hike our favorite Rabun County trails to spilling waterfalls at Lake Burton and Lake Rabun, towering summits near Clayton like Rabun Bald, and Bartram Trail hikes on the crystal-clear Chattooga River.
Georgia’s Cohutta Wilderness is filled with lush forests, cascading waterfalls, crystal-clear rivers and some of the most remote hiking trails in the state. Hike, camp and backpack our favorite trails in the Cohuttas and explore some of the most pristine wilderness in the South.
Escape sidewalks and crosswalks on our favorite Atlanta running trails, all within 20 miles of the city.
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.
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.
Hike our top ten favorite, most popular and scenic trails in the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area north of Atlanta.
Hike, run, walk or backpack our favorite trails near Savannah, Georgia, exploring the city’s historic district and nearby Atlantic coast.
Explore Georgia’s coastal beauty at the Lodge at Little St. Simons Island, an all-inclusive eco-resort on a remote barrier island. Hike, bike, paddle, and wander seven miles of stunning beaches, marshes, and wildlife habitats. And after the adventure, stay in one of sixteen cozy, rustic-modern rooms, and dine on outstanding fresh-catch seafood and local organic fare.
Explore Cumberland Island National Seashore on Georgia’s southern coast, hiking, camping and backpacking to stunning beaches, among herds of wild horses, through moss-draped, gnarled oak forests, and to the stately ruins of a Carnegie mansion.