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Best Trails in Georgia

Blood Mountain Approach Trail

Blairsville, GA

Blood Mountain Approach Trail is a 11.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Blairsville, GA that features a great forest setting and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and camping and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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  • Best Trail Running

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Ivy Creek Greenway
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Mount Yonah Trail
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I went for the first time a few weeks ago. it's easy to take a wrong turn in a few areas and I wasn't the only one to do so. it starts out easy to moderate and ends going steaight up. it was clear when I went and the views were great.

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Sope Creek Trail
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Amicacola Falls Trail
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Short scenic hike that will give you a nice workout, especially on the stairs

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Cheatham Hill Trail
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great for a jogging trail. lots of foot traffic

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Pigeon Hill Loop Trail
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Another solid local hike. lots of foot traffic

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Kennesaw Mountain East and West Trail Loop
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it is a nice hike, some rolling hills.

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High Falls Trail
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This is a great hiking trail for beginners with a few places that more advanced hikers can venture to. The waterfalls are stunning and the sound of rushing water is always soothing. The trails are marked pretty well and seem to be kept clean most of the time. If you go across the bridge from the parking area, you can take another trail that will take you further into the woods. We didn't take this trail all the way, but instead, used it to access a place on the waterfall suitable for sitting. We had a picnic right there on the waterfall! With that being said, be careful on the rocks themselves as they can be rather slippery and the fall is not a short one should you get carried by the water.

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Line Creek Nature Area
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This is a great trail for families. There aren't many slopes to traverse, the path is easy to follow, and the views are quite nice to be located within a growing area. My wife and I used to hike this trail before the creek transitioned into what is now Lake McIntosh. Back then, there were a couple of rocks out in the creek that diverted some waterfalls making a nice place to lay and relax. Although these areas are now under water, there are still some good sites to take in as well as a rope swing off a tree out into the creek. The ladder on the tree is a little tricky, but is still well worth it.

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Fort Yargo State Park Campground Trail
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excellent trail with its faur share of challenges.