Hike the Appalachian Trail from the lush, creek-filled Three Forks valley to Georgia’s Springer Mountain, the southern end of the AT.
Hike the Riverside and Bend Trails at Chattahoochee Bend State Park, following the river’s scenic banks to a lookout tower and stunning views.
Hike Stone Mountain’s Walk-Up and Cherokee Trails, climbing to exceptional views from the mountain’s summit before looping the mountain’s lake on a scenic six-mile adventure.
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.
Explore tumbling waterfalls on our favorite hike at Carters Lake, crossing a towering bridge and hiking through a beautiful, lush forest on the Tumbling Waters Nature Trail.
Run, walk or bike the five-mile, paved Panola Mountain PATH Foundation trail through Panola Mountain State Park to the shores of the glassy Alexander Lake.
Hike the Wolfden Loop on the Pine Mountain Trail, exploring spilling waterfalls, a beaver pond, a wolf’s den, golden grasslands and shady forest, one of FDR State Park’s most popular hikes.
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.
Follow the ADA accessible Lakeside Trail at Red Top Mountain State Park, exploring an ultra-scenic, paved, kid-friendly path on the Allatoona Lake shore and visiting a historic cabin.