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Scenic Georgia Hiking Trails
These trails have received a scenic rating by TrailMasters Pam and Randy Golden
Allatoona Pass, Cartersville
Historic walk through a Civil War battlefield along the railbed of the old Western and Atlantic Railroad.

Amicalola Falls Trail, Ellijay,Dawsonville
Includes the Base of Falls Trail; Takes hikers from the visitors center to the top of Amicalola Falls

AT Springer Mountain to Woody Gap, Dawsonville,Ellijay
First leg of the Appalachian Trail passes Three Forks, one of the best known intersections.

AT Woody Gap to Neels Gap, Dahlonega
Perhaps the prettiest part of the Appalachian Trail in Georgia, this climbs Blood Mountain to a scenic view.

AT Neels Gap to Hogpen Gap, Dahlonega,Cleveland
Ventures deep into the backwoods of north Georgia, briefly follows Russell Scenic Highway, then returns to finish a short time later on the same road.

AT Hogpen Gap to Unicoi Gap, Hiawasee,Helen,Blairsville
Wilderness portion of the trail with the highlight being the source of the Chattahoochee River

Arkaquah Trail, Cleveland,Blairsville
Trail follows the high ridge from Brasstown Bald to Track Rock Gap.

Bartram Trail, Clayton
Bartram Trail covers 37 miles walked by the naturalist in the 1770's

Brasstown Bald Trail, Blairsville,Cleveland
Short hike to the top of Brasstown Bald, highest mountain in Georgia. Stunning views mark the end of this trail.

Burnt Hickory Loop, Marietta
Burnt Hickory Loop is the most challenging of the 16 miles of trails in the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.

Cheatham Hill Connector, Marietta
Connects the Burnt Hickory Loop to the Cheatham Hill Loop in Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

Coleman River Trail, Clayton
This is a quick, good trail, but watch out for the bridges.

Dick's Creek Falls, Clayton
Walk alongside Dick's Creek to the Chattooga River and Dicks Creek Falls.

Disney Trail, Dalton
Steep and challenging, this trail offers some scenic views and area history.

East Palisades, Atlanta
Loop trail circles a Chattahoochee National Recreation Area park on and above the river.

Eyes on Wildlife Trail, Dahlonega
Fun loop trail that was poorly marked the last time we hiked it.

Fort Mountain Loop, Chatsworth, Ellijay
Popular loop at the top of Fort Mountain allowing access to the enimatic rock wall and lookout tower

Grassy Mountain Tower Trail, Chatsworth
Energetic hike to a lovely view of the Cohutta Wilderness from a fire tower.

Jacks Knob Trail, Cleveland,Blairsville
Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps as access to Brasstown Bald, this trail climbs to the top of Wolfpen Ridge.

Johns Mountain Trail, Lafayette,Resaca,Rome
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

Jones Bridge (Chattahoochee National Recreation Area), Roswell
This relatively flat, wide trail climbs two low ridges, explores 2 flood plains and follows the Chattahoochee River

Kennesaw Mountain Trail, Marietta
The mountain trail climb 1000 feet in just over a mile, past trenches, old roads and original Civil War embankments

Kennesaw Mountain Road, Marietta
Paved road allows access to the top of Kennesaw Mountain walking or by car on weekdays and by bus on weekends.

Oak Ridge Nature Trail, Ellijay
Scenic trail along a ridge overlooking Carters Lake

Springer Mountain, Ellijay
Shortest access path to the top of Springer Mountain, this trail has scenic views, shelter and privy.

Wagon Train Trail, Blairsville,Cleveland
Beautiful, well banked trail that walks more like a road.

Yellow Mountain Trail, Dahlonega
Coopers Creek recreational area, with great fishing and camping nearby.

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