Hiking in North Georgia allows for amazing views and exciting adventures. In a 30-minute radius from Blue Ridge, 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 a native to the area and we can probably get you there!
Some of the best trails in Georgia include the Aska Trails and South Fork Trail and Loop ride in the nearby Cohutta National Forest just West of Blue Ridge. Note these trails 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.
Gain easy access to some of these trails via nearby secluded vacation properties and many of our mountain view cabin rentals. Located in wooded and remote areas these cabins are perfect for those looking to get away from it all and enjoy the view!
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