Outdoor Adventure

Explore the great outdoors in North Georgia while visiting Blue Ridge. Whether you wish to explore by horseback and get off the beaten path or golf a different course every day of your trip, we have something for everyone!


Boating in North Georgia Mountain Lakes is incredible. Check out our list of local water and marinas.


Fish your heart out in Blue Ridge! With river and lake fishing options available there are plenty of watering holes to cast a line in. Find outfitters, guides and more below to get you started.


There is not much that can compare to the beauty of a golf course in the Blue Ridge Mountains. When the dew is on the course and the sun is spreading across the valleys and mountains, with plush greens and fairways in your vision, you will know you are in the right spot. Here is a list of our favorite courses in the area. All are within a 30 minute drive of Downtown Blue Ridge.


In a 30-minute radius from Blue Ridge, Georgia you can find over 30 waterfalls to hike to. You can tour these waterfalls on `self-guided tours` with a little help from some maps, our local Fannin County Chamber of Commerce, or just ask someone who is a native to the area and we can probably get you there.

The Aska trails and South Fork Trail and Loop ride in the nearby Cohutta national forest just west of Blue Ridge are mountain biking trails that double as some incredible hiking trails. Of course, all of the mountain biking trails mentioned in the Blue Ridge mountain biking section are welcome to hikers, but the most popular hiking trails in Blue Ridge are the Benton MacKaye and Duncan Trails. These trails offer remarkable changes in terrain and some of the most beautiful scenery of the Cohutta Wilderness. Directions and a detailed description of each trail are described below.

Horseback Riding

Horseback riding in Blue Ridge is an exciting activity for the entire family. A truly unforgettable experience, explore the countryside of North Georgia today. Guided tour options half day and full day are available. Start planning your trip today!

Mountain Biking

Blue Ridge has some great mountain biking trails in North Georgia for the beginner and more rugged terrain for the experienced riders. The 2 most popular mountain biking trails are the Aska trails and South Fork Trail and Loop ride in the nearby Cohutta national forest just west of Blue Ridge. These are also incredible Blue Ridge hiking trails.

The trails at Aska are the older of the two and mostly singletrack, which requires more concentration for some of the higher elevation trails. These Aska trails were previously hiking trails that were opened up for biking. The Stanley Gap trail is very tight near the top of Rocky Mountain and can be even more challenging if there is some winter snow on the ground like earlier this week. But hey most mountain bikers live for singletrack, so you`ll love the challenge and can relax in the hot tub when you return to your mountain cabin retreat! The 2 major Aska trails are Deep Gap on Aska Road and Stanley Gap on Stanley Creek Road, which runs between the two if you have the energy and time.

In addition to the hardcore mountain biking trails, there is a short 2.3-mile beginner trail called Turkey Farm Loop just across the road. The Turkey Farm Loop is longer but is mostly a gravel trail along the Forest Service roads.

Rafting & Tubing

Enjoy an extreme adventure on the Ocoee River. The Ocoee River was the site of the 1996 Olympic Whitewater competitions. Come and feel the heart-pounding excitement while rushing down the same sections that the pros were on. There are Class I rapids and all the way up to Class V rapids, all in the same adventure. Rafting the Ocoee River is a true experience only found in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Ocoee River sees over 250,000 people per year, so make your reservations early!!


Discover a variety of tour options on your next trip to Blue Ridge Georgia. From guided horseback riding to zip line adventures through the treetops!