These great Georgia hikes travel to our favorite overlooks, catching stunning views of Georgia’s mountains, coast and plains. Hike our top 10 favorite Georgia trails with the best, most breathtaking views.
Hike, walk, or run the scenic two-mile trail at Murphey Candler Park, circling a small lake and exploring scenic marshland and forest in Atlanta’s Brookhaven neighborhood.
Take a scenic run at Tribble Mill Park in Gwinnett County, following a paved loop trail around the tranquil waters of a glassy lake and winding through a shady forest just north of Atlanta.
Run, walk or bike the Suwanee Greenway from Suwanee Creek Park, running boardwalks and paved trails to explore scenic wetlands and forests north of Atlanta.
Hike the Angel Falls Trail at North Georgia’s Lake Rabun Beach campground to two beautiful waterfalls, Angel Falls and Panther Falls.
Take a waterfall road trip to some of our favorite waterfalls in North Georgia, hiking four miles to four stunning falls! At around four hours drive time from Atlanta and several hours on the trail, it’s a perfect single-day adventure.
Hike the Gold Branch Trail on the banks of the Chattahoochee River near Roswell, exploring a wildlife-filled forest, visiting Bull Sluice Lake, and catching exceptionally beautiful river views.
Hike or run the Morningside Nature Preserve to a sandy beach and tall swing bridge on South Peachtree Creek, and visit Atlanta’s popular “dog beach”.
Hike Skidaway Island near Savannah to sweeping intercoastal views from an observation tower, to a prohibition-era liquor still, and through beautiful moss-draped coastal forest on the Big Ferry Trail.