Georgia has approximately 2,099 trails, including 1,315 hiking trails and 897 for walking. These trails range from 0 to 150 miles in length. The most popular trails are Reed Bingham State Park Trails, Blood Mountain Trail and Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge Trails. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in Georgia was Christina T. who completed Deep Gap Trail.
Brasstown Bald, Wagon Train TrailView Trail Details
The final hike descending from Brasstown Bald is along the Wagon Train Trail. This path is the longest of the trails off the mountain. The pathway ...
James H. (Sloppy) Floyd State Park TrailsView Trail Details
This state park is in the Ridge and Valley district of northwest Georgia, just to the south of the city of Summerville. The facility was named ...
High Shoals Scenic Area TrailView Trail Details
The High Shoals Scenic Area contains two impressive and picturesque waterfalls. High Shoals Creek originates on Tray Mountain, one of the summits ...
Lake Conasauga Recreation Area TrailsView Trail Details
The Lake Conasauga Recreation Area, located in the Chattahoochee National Forest very near the Tennessee state line, provides a variety of hiking ...
Blood Mountain TrailView Trail Details
Blood Mountain at 4461 feet is the highest point on the Appalachian Trail in the state of Georgia, and is a very popular destination for both ...
Iron Hill LoopView Trail Details
Enjoy a great family hike on a wide, lightly used trail with little elevation change. Two open-pit iron mines lie along the route.
Smithgall Woods State Park TrailsView Trail Details
The 5,604 acres of mountain woodlands here were acquired in 1994 as a gift to the state from conservationist Charles A. Smithgall. The park is ...
Panther Creek TrailView Trail Details
Tallulah Falls, GA
A tributary of the Tugaloo River, Panther Creek originates in the foothills on the fringe of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Flowing through USDA Forest ...
High Falls State Park TrailsView Trail Details
High Falls State Park covers 1,050 acres in Monroe County on the shores of High Falls Lake. The impoundment is formed by an old rock dam on the ...
Benton MacKaye TrailView Trail Details
Named for Benton MacKaye, who provided the inspiration for establishing the Appalachian Trail (AT), this path provides a challenge for any serious ...
Andrews Cove Recreation Area TrailView Trail Details
The Andrews Cove Recreation Area is situated in a picturesque cove hardwood forest, with developed campsites, just off SR 75 to the north of ...
Reed Bingham State Park TrailsView Trail Details
Reed Bingham State Park is in South Georgia, about midway between the ocean and the Alabama line. The centerpiece of the 1,613-acres facility ...
General Coffee State Park TrailsView Trail Details
General Coffee State Park was named for nineteenth-century local planter and politician Gen. John E. Coffee and is a fascinating area of sand ...
Cloudland Canyon State Park, Waterfalls/Sitton Gulch TrailView Trail Details
While the West Rim Trail meanders along the brink of Sitton Gulf, the Waterfalls / Sitton Gulch Trail provides an adventure down in the chasm. ...
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge TrailsView Trail Details
The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge provides a doorway to more than 400,000 acres of one of the oldest and best preserved freshwater wetland ...
Unicoi State Park TrailsView Trail Details
Unicoi State Park is the gateway to the higher mountains of the southern Appalachians and is one of the most popular parks in Georgia. Four well-marked ...
Moccasin Creek TrailsView Trail Details
There are two trails along Moccasin Creek, both of which are located on Chattahoochee National Forest property. The Wildlife Trail is a 1.1-mile ...
Atlanta RambleView Trail Details
From Turner Field, this hike visits the Georgia State Capitol, Underground Atlanta, the Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, CNN Center, Centennial Park, ...
Sweetwater Nongame Wildlife TrailsView Trail Details
Lithia Springs, GA
This deep-woods experience is only a few minutes west of downtown Atlanta. Hikers on the nongame wildlife trails frequently see deer, wild turkeys, ...
Blankets CreekView Trail Details
You’ll hardly have time to look around as this route is so twisty and curvy. If and when you do look around, you’ll see the pretty site of Lake ...
Black Rock Mountain State Park TrailsView Trail Details
Mountain City, GA
At 3,640 feet, Black Rock Mountain is the highest state park in Georgia. Located in the northeast corner of the state, the park’s 1,502 acres ...
Victoria Bryant State Park TrailsView Trail Details
This 475-acre park is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountain chain, which provides only moderate changes of elevation. The facility ...
Augusta Canal National Heritage Area TrailView Trail Details
The Augusta Canal Trail is one of the most historic of Georgia’s hiking paths, following the waterway that was constructed in the 1840s. The ...
F. D. Roosevelt State Park, Dowdell Knob LoopView Trail Details
Pine Mountain, GA
The Dowdell Knob Loop is a 4.3-mile microcosm of what the loop hikes along the PMT have to offer. Besides being one of the most scenic, it also ...
Conasauga River TrailView Trail Details
The Conasauga River is a favorite destination in north Georgia for both hikers and their dogs, and it is particularly worthy in the warm summer ...
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