Blue Ridge Scenic Drives
Blue Ridge offers some breathtaking North Georgia scenic drives that allow you to enjoy the natural beauty of the mountains, rushing water rivers, green valleys, and wildlife all from the comforts of your vehicle. Below are just a few Blue Ridge, Georgia scenic drives to enjoy a leisure mountain tour, take in some off-roading in your 4-wheel drive, and some curves and steep grades for the adventurous sports car enthusiast.
|If you plan to visit nearby Chattanooga for a day trip adventure, then you should consider the scenic 26 mile Ocoee Byway that follows along some of the old copper roads that made this area famous for its copper ore in the early 1800s.
|If you prefer the off-road adventures, then these nearby Jeep Jamboree trails are for the seasoned or novice trail riders. You can enjoy some great off-road adventures for just $5.00 access fees.
|Another great trail ride area in the Chattahoochee National Forest just 30 minutes east of Blue Ride, GA. Beasley Knob OHV provides nearly 11 miles of trails for 4-wheel drive vehicles and ATVs. Most of the trails are difficult and become even more challenging after a rain. These trails are closed during the winter months (Jan to Mar) for your safety and you should click the following link to make sure that the trails are open after a heavy rain. The US Forest Service has jurisdiction over the area and charges a small $5.00 access fee.
|Chattahoochee National Forest - Blairsville, Georgia
|This ride is 3+ hours on winding gravel forest service roads and some times steep grades which is more suited for the skilled driver. Make sure you`re car is running well and you load up with fuel and food for the challenging drive.
|Cohutta Wilderness (West of Blue Ridge)