|A. L. Burruss Park Trail||A. L. Burruss Park Trail|
A leg-stretch loop near I-75 that takes hikers and bikers into wetlands near the headwaters of a Rottenwood Creek tributary.
|Allatoona Pass||Allatoona Pass|
Begins at historic Deep Cut, site of the Battle of Allatoona Pass, then skirts the shoreline of Lake Allatoona
|Amicalola Falls East Ridge Trail||Amicalola Falls East Ridge Trail|
Steady, strenuous climb to the top of Amicalola Falls.
|Amicalola Falls Trail||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||Amicalola Falls West Ridge|
Explore the western ridge of Amicalola Falls, then join the Falls Trail at the lower bridge
|Amicalola River Trail||Amicalola River Trail|
Hike to the Edge of the World Rapids, then up to explore the Dawson Wildlife Management Area
|Andrews Cove Trail||Andrews Cove Trail|
Energetic hike up the Andrews Creek watershed to the Appalachian Trail
|Anna Ruby Falls Trail||Anna Ruby Falls Trail|
The rare double falls on Curtis and York Creek are especially awesome after a shower.
|Appalachian Trail||Appalachian Trail|
Follows the eastern Appalachians from Springer Mountain north
|Arabia Mountain||Arabia Mountain|
Climbs Bradley and Arabia Mountain, rock outcrops of southeast DeKalb County)
|Arkaquah Trail||Arkaquah Trail|
High ridge trail between Brasstown Bald and Track Rock Gap
|AT Hogpen Gap to Unicoi Gap||AT Hogpen Gap to Unicoi Gap|
Takes hikers from Richard B. Russell Scenic Highway to Georgia 75.
|AT Neels Gap to Hogpen Gap||AT Neels Gap to Hogpen Gap|
|AT Springer Mountain to Woody Gap||AT Springer Mountain to Woody Gap|
First section of the AT, begins on Springer Mt. and ends at Georgia 60
|AT Woody Gap to Neels Gap||AT Woody Gap to Neels Gap|
Highest point on the trail in Georgia, Blood Mountain.
|Bartram Trail||Bartram Trail|
Climbs to the top of Rabun Bald, descends into Warwoman Dell, then parallels, but does not run next to, the Chattooga River to SR28
|Bear Creek Trail||Bear Creek Trail|
Hike near Ellijay features one of North Georgia's largest trees, the Gannett poplar
|Becky Branch Falls||Becky Branch Falls|
Combines a portion of the Bartram Trail with the Becky Branch Falls trail to form a short loop to the Falls
|Benton MacKaye Trail||Benton MacKaye Trail|
Long trail that covers the western Appalachians, this 50 mile trail runs from Springer Mountain to the Cohutta Wilderness
|Benton MacKaye, Sec. I||Benton MacKaye, Sec. I|
From Springer Mountain to Three Forks, Section I of the Benton Mackaye Trail takes you along the high ridge of the Appalachian Mountains.
|Benton MacKaye, Sec. II||Benton MacKaye, Sec. II|
Remote hike into the Chattahoochee National Forest
|Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta||Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta|
Paved, level hike along Big Creek (Vickery Creek) just east of GA 400
|Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta Section 1||Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta Section 1|
Follows Big Creek (Vickery Creek) from the Marconi Drive parking area to the YMCA parking area
|Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta Section 2||Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta Section 2|
From the Alpharetta YMCA to Rock Mill Park
|Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta Section 3||Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta Section 3|
|Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta Section 4 ||Big Creek Greenway Alpharetta Section 4 |
Follows Big Creek
|Big Creek Greenway Forsyth||Big Creek Greenway Forsyth|
Follows Big Creek from the Forsyth County Line to Bethelview Road
|Big Creek Greenway Hiking Trail||Big Creek Greenway Hiking Trail|
Within the much larger multi-use Big Creek Greenway is a wonderful hiking only trail
|Big Rock Nature Trail||Big Rock Nature Trail|
Fun hike at Fort Mountain State Park that takes hikers to Gold Mine Creek Falls
|Big Trees Trail||Big Trees Trail|
Explores 30-acre Big Trees Forest in Sandy Springs
|Brasstown Bald Trail||Brasstown Bald Trail|
Climb to Georgia Highest Point, Brasstown Bald
|Broad River Trail||Broad River Trail|
Follows Dicks Creek to Brown Bottom, then meanders alongside the middle branch of the Broad River.
|Buford Dam Trail||Buford Dam Trail|
Explores the Lower Pool of Buford Dam (Lake Lanier)
|Burnt Hickory Loop||Burnt Hickory Loop|
Loop trail that explore Kennesaw and Little Kennesaw Mountain, ending at Pigeon Hil, site of a major engagement
|Byron Herbert Reece Access Trail||Byron Herbert Reece Access Trail|
Formerly the Blood Mountain Spur Trail, this is the AT access trail at Neel's Gap
|Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center Trails||Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center Trails|
Visits lakes and rivers with abundant wildlife throughout the hike
|Chattahoochee Bend River Trail||Chattahoochee Bend River Trail|
6 miles round trip hike that explores the bank of the Chattahoochee River between Newnan and Carrollton
|Chattahoochee Nature Center||Chattahoochee Nature Center|
6 hikes that total about 2 miles including trails named Stone Cabin, Kingfisher Pond, Homestead, Forest, and River Boardwalk.
|Cheatham Hill Connector||Cheatham Hill Connector|
Takes visitors along a low ridge along a Confederate battleline involved in the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain.
|Cheatham Hill Loop||Cheatham Hill Loop|
Visit the Dead Angle, site of the heaviest fighting during the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain
|Chickamauga Creek Trail||Chickamauga Creek Trail|
On Pigeon Mountain, this trail loops around the Tennessee Valley Divide.
|Cohutta Panther Creek Trail||Cohutta Panther Creek Trail|
Climbs to the Cohutta's Panter Creek Falls
|Coleman River Trail||Coleman River Trail|
This is a quick, good trail, but watch out for the bridges.
|Cooper's Furnace and Laurel Ridge Trails||Cooper's Furnace and Laurel Ridge Trails|
Historic trail that leads past the only remains of the town of Etowah, destroyed during the Atlanta Campaign.
|Coosa Backcountry Trail||Coosa Backcountry Trail|
Loop trail in the rugged mountains near Vogel State Park
|Denton Branch Trail||Denton Branch Trail|
Quick in and out to Denton Branch Falls in a remote area of Towns County.
|Desoto Falls Trail||Desoto Falls Trail|
Great hike alongside Frogtown Creek to the middle falls. Lower falls are near the trailhead.
|Dick's Creek Falls||Dick's Creek Falls|
Walk alongside Dick's Creek to the Chattooga River and Dicks Creek Falls.
|Disney Trail||Disney Trail|
Steep and challenging, this trail offers some scenic views and area history.
|Dockery Lake Trail||Dockery Lake Trail|
Acceess to the Appalachian Trail. Dockery Lake, at the trailhead offers fishing and camping.
|Dukes Creek Falls Trail||Dukes Creek Falls Trail|
On the Richard B. Russell Scenic Highway, the trail follows a series of switchbacks to beautiful Dukes Creek Falls
|Duncan Ridge Trail||Duncan Ridge Trail|
One of the most difficult trails east of the Mississippi, this footpath features long, near vertical scrambles over rock and steep rises
|East Palisades||East Palisades|
Loop trail circles a Chattahoochee National Recreation Area park on and above the river.
|Emery Creek Trail||Emery Creek Trail|
From North Georgia's Cohutta Loop, this trail drops hundreds of feet to Emery Creek.
|Eyes on Wildlife Trail||Eyes on Wildlife Trail|
Fun loop trail that
|Falls Branch Falls||Falls Branch Falls|
Follows a section of the Benton MacKaye Trail to a side trail leading to Falls Branch Falls.
|Fort Mountain Loop||Fort Mountain Loop|
Popular loop at the top of Fort Mountain allowing access to the enimatic rock wall and lookout tower
|Glen Falls||Glen Falls|
Fairly level walk to a high mountain falls on Lookout Mountain
|Gold Branch Trail||Gold Branch Trail|
Explores the shores of Bull Sluice above Morgan Falls Dam and climbs into the Chattahoochee watershed
|Grassy Mountain Tower Trail||Grassy Mountain Tower Trail|
Energetic hike to a lovely view of the Cohutta Wilderness from a fire tower.
|Helton Creek Falls||Helton Creek Falls|
Brief hike through a cool mountain cove to two waterfalls, both of which are on Helton Creek. An observation deck has recently been added in the area of the second falls.
|Hemlock Falls Trail||Hemlock Falls Trail|
Great hike alongside a gurgling stream to a pretty waterfall.
|Heritage Trail System||Heritage Trail System|
Rome-Floyd County trail that follows the Oostanaula River through downtown to the Etowah River and there confluence with the Coosa
|Hidden Pond Songbird Trail||Hidden Pond Songbird Trail|
Trail developed to encourage wildlife and waterfowl viewing, including multiple blinds along a beaver pond.
|Homestead Trail||Homestead Trail|
This hike explores a peninsula of Lake Allatoona as well as the lake’s watershed.
|Horse Trough Falls Trail||Horse Trough Falls Trail|
This brief leg-stretch is marked by the first bridge across the Chattahoochee River
|Indian Seats Trail||Indian Seats Trail|
Energetic 4.0 mile loop trail including a panoramic view from Sawnee Mountain
|Iron Mine Loop Trail||Iron Mine Loop Trail|
Easy, level, multi-use trail that loops through picnic areas of Red Top Mountain State Park.
|Jacks Knob Trail||Jacks Knob Trail|
Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, this trail follows Wolfpen Ridge to the top of Brasstown Bald.
|Jarrard Gap Trail||Jarrard Gap Trail|
|Johns Mountain Trail||Johns Mountain Trail|
One of three trails in The Pocket, Johns' Mountain follows a high ridge south, finally leaving the ridge and falling to the upper Keown Falls viewing platform
|Johnson Ferry Trail||Johnson Ferry Trail|
Explores a flood plain of the Chattahoochee River
|Jones Bridge Trail||Jones Bridge Trail|
This relatively flat, wide trail climbs two low ridges and explores 2 flood plains.
|Kennesaw Mountain Road||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||Kennesaw Mountain Trail|
The mountain trail climbs 800 feet in just over a mile, past trenches, old roads and original Civil War embankments
|Keown Falls Trail||Keown Falls Trail|
Loop hike to the high-mountain Keown Falls.
|Kolb's Farm Loop||Kolb's Farm Loop|
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park loop trail from Cheatham Hill Road to Kolb's Farm across hilly terrain.
|Laurel Ridge Trail||Laurel Ridge Trail|
Explores the ridge that forms the east side of Lake Lanier, and allows access to Bowman's Island Unit of the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area
|Logan Turnpike||Logan Turnpike|
At first easy, the last mile climb to the Appalachian Trail is difficult.
|Long Creek Falls||Long Creek Falls|
Follows the Appalachian Trail to the blue blazed Long Creek Falls side trail.
|Marble Mine Trail||Marble Mine Trail|
Follows an old road to a marble mining operation just beneath the Pinhoti Trail
|Mathis Trail||Mathis Trail|
A 1.0 mile hike that takes you through a diverse hardwood forest and crosses Elachee Creek
|Mill Shoals Trail||Mill Shoals Trail|
Mill Shoals is actually a fun trail, without a lot of hard walking or scenic views.
|Minnehaha Falls||Minnehaha Falls|
Short hike to 60 foot falls
|Mountaintown Creek Trail||Mountaintown Creek Trail|
Trail follows Mountain Creek to the Cohutta Loop.
|Murphy Candler Park Nature Trail||Murphy Candler Park Nature Trail|
Close in Atlanta hike that explores the 2-mile lakeshore of Murphy Candler Lake
|Nancy Creek Trail||Nancy Creek Trail|
Trail from Murphy Candler Park to Blackburn Park and into the Johnson Ferry Redevelopment Project
|Newtown Trail||Newtown Trail|
Newtown Trail explores a lowland river and high overlook that held the overflow during Council Meetings at the Cherokee Capital of New Echota
|Noonday Creek Trail, Woodstock||Noonday Creek Trail, Woodstock|
|Oak Ridge Nature Trail||Oak Ridge Nature Trail|
Scenic trail along a ridge overlooking Carters Lake
|Old Roswell Mill||Old Roswell Mill|
Old Roswell Mill is a lineal park behind the Roswell Mill shopping center
|Oxbo Trail||Oxbo Trail|
Explores the north end of the oxbow in Vickery (Big) Creek, then climbs Hog Waller Creek to a historic Roswell park
|Panther Creek Trail||Panther Creek Trail|
Challenging point-to-point hike past smaller falls, cascades and Panther Creek Falls.
|Picketts Mill||Picketts Mill|
Hiking trails that explore important areas of the Battle of Picketts Mill
|Pocket Trail||Pocket Trail|
Deep in the Pocket, a geological formation, this recreation area features hiking, camping, and picnicking. Nearby Lake Marvin has some great fishing.
|Raven Cliff Falls Trail||Raven Cliff Falls Trail|
Trail follows Dodd Creek to Raven Cliff Falls. Multiple falls and cascades make this an enjoyable hike.
|Red Cockaded Woodpecker Trail||Red Cockaded Woodpecker Trail|
Visits habitat of the endangered Red Cockaded Woodpecker
|Rock Creek Greenway||Rock Creek Greenway|
This level, in and out trail system runs from Rock Creek Park to Longwood Park on Lake Lanier
|Rocktown Trail||Rocktown Trail|
A strange, almost eerie, series of rock structures that appear to be an organized community
|Rottenwood Creek Trail||Rottenwood Creek Trail|
Runs from Paces Ferry unit of the Chattahoochee River NRA to a parking area on Interstate North Parkway
|Savannah and Ogeechee Canal||Savannah and Ogeechee Canal|
This level walk is a trip deep into Georgia's history by an antebellum canal
|Slaughter Creek Trail||Slaughter Creek Trail|
Probably the easiest access trail to the AT in Georgia, hikers use it for access to Blood Mountain
|Smith Creek Trail||Smith Creek Trail|
The trail runs near the ridge top of Smith Mountain and follows, but does not come near, Smith Creek.
|Songbird Trail||Songbird Trail|
Fun trail for the diversity of birds and for the interesting beaver dams.
|Sosebee Cove||Sosebee Cove|
Loop trail through diverse north-facing cove near Vogel State Park.
|Southern Terminus Approach Trail||Southern Terminus Approach Trail|
Access path to the Southern Terminus of the Appalachian Trail on Springer Mountain.
|Springer Mountain||Springer Mountain|
Shortest access path to the top of Springer Mountain, this trail has scenic views, shelter and privy.
|Stanley Gap Trail||Stanley Gap Trail|
|Stone Mountain Loop||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||Stone Mountain Mountaintop Trail|
Climbs to the top of Stone Mountain, largest piece of exposed granite in the world
|Suwanee Greenway||Suwanee Greenway|
Interpreted multi-use trail that follows Suwanee Creek
|Sweetwater Blue||Sweetwater Blue|
Takes an inland route to the ruins of the cotton mill, then takes a second inland route to Sweetwater Creek Falls
|Sweetwater Red||Sweetwater Red|
Great historic walk past the Factory Shoals ruins of the ghost town of Manchester, Georgia.
|Sweetwater White||Sweetwater White|
Wanders along a ridge, then plunges to Sweetwater Creek River Valley
|Tallulah Gorge Loop Trail||Tallulah Gorge Loop Trail|
Exciting hike into the 600 ft deep gorge. Kayaking and in-gorge hiking are allowed with permit
|Tearbritches Trail||Tearbritches Trail|
From FS68 in the Cohutta Wilderness, Tearbritches Trail travels 3.4 miles to the Conasauga River Trail near Panther Creek
|Tribble Mill Park Trail||Tribble Mill Park Trail|
Follows a paved loop trail around the east end of Ozora lake. Many unpaved paths join this trail for hiking and mountain biking opportunities
|Tumbling Waters Trail||Tumbling Waters Trail|
Follows Carters Lake to a bridge across Tails Creek.
|Vickery Creek Trail Complex||Vickery Creek Trail Complex|
Complex of interwoven trails that circle a knob on the Chattahoochee River
|Wagon Train Trail||Wagon Train Trail|
Beautiful, well banked trail that walks more like a road.
|Wolfden Loop||Wolfden Loop|
This loop hike includes the Pine Mountain Trail between mile marker 18 and 23 and the Beaver Dam Trail
|Yellow Mountain Trail||Yellow Mountain Trail|