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Blood Mountain Trail

Blairsville, GA

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Blood Mountain Trail is a 7.2 mile loop trail located near Blairsville, Georgia that features a great forest setting. The trail is only recommended for very experienced outdoorsmen and primarily used for camping & hiking and is accessible Spring or Fall. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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Sitton's Gulch Trail
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5 Completed 5 Reviews

689 (x2) stairs to be exact! It was a beautiful day and we took the trail out 1.5 miles past the stairs.

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Stone Mountain Cherokee Loop Trail
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27 Completed 9 Reviews

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Amicalola River Trail
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11 Completed 2 Reviews

Beautiful big river but very limited hiking. Must be great fun in summer.

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Byron Herbert Reece Access Trail
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10 Completed 10 Reviews

This is a nice little scenic trail that leads to the Appalachian Trail. Parking area is a great place to leave your car while section hiking.

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Appalachian Trail : Springer Mt. to NC Border
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10 Completed 10 Reviews

Have hiked all of the AT Approach Trail, beginning at Amicalola State Park to Neels gap. will complete the rest of the AT in GA in may 2015. Great views and camping along the way.

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Appalachian Trail in Georgia
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10 Completed 10 Reviews

Have hiked all of the AT Approach Trail, beginning at Amicalola State Park to Neels gap. will complete the rest of the AT in GA in may 2015. Great views and camping along the way.

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Amicalola River Trail
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10 Completed 10 Reviews

Great hike with lots of stairs with a payoff of an awesome water fall.

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Bull/Jake Combo
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11 Completed 2 Reviews

Great single track! Did blue trail first but had to stop about a mile in - creek too wide and too deep to cross without soaking shoes (too cold for that). The purple trail has steady climb but well worth it. I bike with my dogs - this trail looks like it has lots of horse visitors.

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Ohoopee River: Griffin Ferry Road to Altamaha River
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10 Completed 10 Reviews

Small river with great fishing. Lots of shade and sandbars along the way for camping.

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Little Ocmulgee River: Towns to Lumber City
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10 Completed 10 Reviews

Great canoe trail with lots of wildlife.

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