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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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Miller Trek

Young Harris, GA

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Miller Trek

14 Completed 4 Reviews

Very nice hike up mtn - steady climb all the way up. Entrance VERY confusing. This app does not take you to entrance - go to large parking lot near the lodge and look around for a great big entrance sign - will be obvious when you finally see it


Miller Trek

7 Completed 6 Reviews

The hike was generally easy with a few decent climbs. The blazes are a problem, though: the trail uses 3 different blazes for different sections and neighboring trails also use the same colors for blazes. This is an easy problem to fix and would make the trail system safer. The trailhead is very confusing if you start at the dirt lot--it looks as if you are walking through a private backyard. I recommend parking at the lodge's main parking lot and starting there. Views aren't great in the summer, but the foliage offers really great shade. Deer can be frequently seen and there's a chance for bears, too. I spotted bear scat near the lodge, in fact. Good luck and enjoy!


Miller Trek

7 Completed 5 Reviews

I have hiked Miller trek a few times. It is not well marked and has a few moderate to slightly difficult climbs. It is next to Brasstown Valley Lodge which is a nice place to stop at the end of the hike.


Miller Trek

1 Completed 1 Reviews

We hiked Miller Trek 02/10/13 6.5 miles climbed elevation 1340 feet, in 2.18 hours.
Great mountain views, Several natural springs along the way.