It's impossible to mention Georgia's best hiking trails without starting with the epic Appalachian Trail! spanning a distance of over 2,200 miles.
Stretching 335 miles through the towering foothills and towering pine trees of the Appalachian Mountains, the Pinhoti Trail begins where the Appalachian Trail ends.
Offering incredibly stunning views, this challenging trail covers 4.3 miles of scenic landscape as you make your way to the summit of 4458-foot-tall Blood Mountain.
Located in the foothills of the Pigeon Mountains in northwest Georgia, this short trail is completely accessible and family-friendly.
While Georgia may not be as famous as New England when it comes to leaf peeping, the Cloudland Canyon can certainly compete with some of its northern cousins.
Located in the North Georgia Mountains, Tallulah Gorge is a paradise for hikers who love photos. The stunning landscape of the gorge seven of Georgia.
At an impressive 729 feet, Amicalola Falls is the tallest waterfall in Georgia. Surrounded by dense foliage at Amicalola Falls State Park, just north of Dawsonville.
Much like Tallulah Gorge, the Len Foot Hike is a challenging hike that offers some really remarkable photo ops. Located in the hills of North Georgia.
While Springer Mountain is best known as the starting point for the Appalachian Trail, it is also a great hiking destination in its own right.
Unlike some of the other canyons on this list, Providence Canyon is a man-made affair. More than a century ago, farmers dug trenches in the soft soil.
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