Hike through a waterfall-filled valley to one of Georgia's most popular and beautiful waterfalls, Raven Cliff Falls.
The Chattooga River is simply breathtaking. The river runs a course from North Carolina to North Georgia, meandering through beautiful scenery, rushing whitewater rapids and calm pools of crystal-clear water...
Black Rock Mountain State Park’s most popular hike, the Tennessee Rock Trail, catches stunning views from the Tennessee Rock overlook and visits the mountain’s shady, tree-covered summit. While the overlook views are breathtaking, much of the trail explores a gorgeous, high-elevation forest that’s filled with boulders, wildlife and towering trees – and in spring, a dense carpet of native wildflowers. From summit to slope, the Tennessee Rock Trail is easily one of North Georgia’s most beautiful trails, especially under three miles.
Nestled deep in rolling mountains, Lake Rabun’s winding shoreline and glassy waters are a popular North Georgia destination for hiking, boating, kayaking and camping...
The Hurricane Falls Trail packs the best of Tallulah Gorge’s scenic beauty in a relatively short, but difficult, just-over-two mile loop. The trail explores Tallulah Gorge’s north and south rims, visits the enormous Hurricane Falls waterfall, and catches dizzying views from ten scenic overlooks that peer deep into the gorge’s waterfall-filled depths.
Hike 13 roundtrip miles on the Conasauga River Trail's southern half in Georgia's remote, lush Cohutta Wilderness. The Conasauga River Trail splashes through 36 river fords (& many creek crossings) from Betty Gap to Bray Field, Little Rough Creek and back.
Hike these top Georgia hikes to the state’s most beautiful views: deep, waterfall-filled canyons to sandy coastline and soaring mountaintops, all guaranteed to leave Georgia on your mind.
Hike to the top of Amicalola Falls, the tallest waterfall in Georgia, and catch incredible mountain views from Amicalola's crest.
Hike these classic Georgia Appalachian Trail hikes to stunning summit views, a gorgeous waterfall and through beautiful North Georgia forest. And under six miles, they’re a great intro to the Appalachian Trail in Georgia.
Rack up some distance on our seven favorite Georgia backpacking trips and long-distance day hikes, all over seven miles.
The level, sandy flat surrounding Panther Creek Falls is perfect for camping, offering dreams under the stars with a soundtrack of rushing water.
We’ve always loved hiking and camping with our dogs. And their trail love is equal: touch a backpack and they’re headed for the door, ready for a hiking adventure.