Hiking trails with visitors centers give hikers additional information on the hike and local area. For example, the Jane Hurt Yarn Center at Tallulah Gorge has displays on the ecology and geology of the area as well as historic information on the people who have called the area home.
Amicalola Falls East Ridge Trail
Steady, strenuous climb to the top of Amicalola Falls.
Amicalola Falls Trail
Steep, staired descent along the face of the waterfall to the reflecting pond, with a return to the visitors center along the Base of Falls Trail
Amicalola Falls West Ridge
Explore the western ridge of Amicalola Falls, then join the Falls Trail at the lower bridge
Anna Ruby Falls Trail
The rare double falls on Curtis and York Creek are especially awesome after a shower.
Climbs Bradley and Arabia Mountain, rock outcrops of southeast DeKalb County)
High ridge trail between Brasstown Bald and Track Rock Gap
Big Rock Nature Trail
Fun hike at Fort Mountain State Park that takes hikers to Gold Mine Creek Falls
Brasstown Bald Trail
Climb to Georgia Highest Point, Brasstown Bald
Burnt Hickory Loop
Loop trail that explore Kennesaw and Little Kennesaw Mountain, ending at Pigeon Hil, site of a major engagement
Chattahoochee Bend River Trail
6 miles round trip hike that explores the bank of the Chattahoochee River between Newnan and Carrollton
Chattahoochee Nature Center
6 hikes that total about 2 miles including trails named Stone Cabin, Kingfisher Pond, Homestead, Forest, and River Boardwalk.
Fort Mountain Loop
Popular loop at the top of Fort Mountain allowing access to the enimatic rock wall and lookout tower
Indian Seats Trail
Energetic 1.6 mile hike to a panoramic view from Sawnee Mountain
Kennesaw Mountain Road
Paved road allows access to the top of Kennesaw Mountain walking or by car on weekdays and by bus on weekends.
Kennesaw Mountain Trail
The mountain trail climbs 800 feet in just over a mile, past trenches, old roads and original Civil War embankments
A 1.0 mile hike that takes you through a diverse hardwood forest and crosses Elachee Creek
Hiking trails that explore important areas of the Battle of Picketts Mill
Southern Terminus Approach Trail
Access path to the Southern Terminus of the Appalachian Trail on Springer Mountain.
Stone Mountain Loop
Stone Mountain Loop takes visitors around the mountain, and within a few feet of a majority of the attractions
Stone Mountain Mountaintop Trail
Climbs to the top of Stone Mountain, largest piece of exposed granite in the world
Wanders along a ridge, then plunges to Sweetwater Creek River Valley
One of the most exciting hikes in Georgia is now a loop trail with the addition of the Hurricane Falls Bridge
Tallulah Gorge Loop Trail
Exciting hike into the 600 ft deep gorge. Kayaking and in-gorge hiking are allowed with permit