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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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Mount Yonah
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

The trail was a lot longer than I expected and was more challenging. The trail was confusing at many points and signage was very poor. Once we made it to the top the views on the western face were spectacular. We will definitely hike mt
Yonah again but will wait for fall.

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Stone Mountain Walk to the Top
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11 Completed 10 Reviews

Stone Mountain's hike to the peak is a short, moderate hike that offers fantastic views of the city of Atlanta. The trail is heavily trafficked and can be a bit messy at times, and the mountain is mostly bare, meaning the sun will beat down on you during your trek.

The best part of the hike is the view from the top of the mountain.

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Skidaway Island State Park Trails
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Very easy hike, short but sweet. Even more fun when it rains, however the bridges become so slippery its hard to even walk across them. I did both legs of the trail and neither took an hour. There's a few stops to read about the surroundings and an observation tower which gives you a view of the mud, trees, and crabs. My only complaint about the whole place is that there are houses in the woods, when you're trying to get lost in the beauty of nature a 3 story, bright white house tends to stand out.

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Homestead Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

very nice wooded trail, with lots of wildlife viewing and lake views.

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mt tabor
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Makes for a nice afternoon!

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A Walk Back in Time: Cloudland Canyon State Park
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8 Completed 5 Reviews

Me and my wife had a parents weekend that was great for the soul. Although we did not plan for a lot of rain, and then a freeze , it was a awesome way to spend the weekend. The trails are very scenic with two water falls, By the way just as beautiful frozen. We had great neighbors who were also the camp host. At night everything was very quiet and peaceful.The showers are very clean, along with all the public picnic areas. On our last day we had breakfast under the pavilion due to the rain, accompanied by one of the park staff that shared a lot of the park history. So in short for a relaxing place to unplug I highly suggest Cloudland Canyon

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Reynolds Nature Preserve Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Decent hike. You can get a chance to feel secluded and the trails wind and aren't very crowded.

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Lake Horton Park Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Easy walk for walking dogs. But kind of bland

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Kennesaw Mountain Nat. Battlefield (Big to Little)
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Easy hike!

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Sutallee Trails
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Hidden gem. Several different trails starting at Boiling Park. Beautiful views of Etowah River and some great bridges built by the Boy Scouts. Nothing super hard but very cool. Not sure where the map on this link came from on alltrail because that is nowhere near the trail.

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