Follow the Falls Trail at High Falls State Park, hiking a double loop to beautiful views of a series of enormous, thundering waterfalls near Macon.
There’s just something incredible about plunging deep and exploring the depths of a chiseled gorge. Follow our favorite trails at three of Georgia’s canyons to stunning views and tumbling waterfalls.
Hike the Homestead Trail at Red Top Mountain State Park, following the ultra-scenic banks of Lake Allatoona to beautiful lake views, and exploring a forest filled with fern and wildlife.
Hike to a mysterious stone wall, a historic fire lookout tower, and incredible overlook views into the Cohutta Wilderness at Fort Mountain State Park in North Georgia.
Hike the Pine Mountain Trail to Cascade Falls and a series of tumbling waterfalls, and explore a mossy, leafy, lush forest on the eastern edge of Georgia’s FDR State Park.
Hike the West Rim Loop Trail to some seriously epic views at Cloudland Canyon State Park, exploring the canyon’s east and west rims and catching exceptional vistas from a number of lofty overlooks.
Hike the Sitton’s Gulch Trail from Cloudland Canyon’s towering rim to the canyon floor, exploring waterfalls, towering hemlock trees, massive boulder fields, and abundant springtime wildflowers.
Hike to the top of Amicalola Falls, the tallest waterfall in Georgia, and catch incredible mountain views on the East Ridge Trail and Appalachian Approach Trail loop.
Explore Panola Mountain State Park on a ranger-led guided sunset hike to the mountain’s summit, and explore the mountain’s fragile, rare ecosystem.