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Cohutta Wilderness Area Trails
Ellijay, GA-The wilderness area lies on the Georgia-Tennessee state line. More than seventy-five miles of backcountry trails lead to grand forests, scenic beauty, fishing, hunting, and exploring. Special attractions: Scenic waterfalls, mountains and mature forests are ablaze with color in the fall.Hiking Trails
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Appalachian Trail: Springer Mountain to Hightower Gap
Suches, GA-The summit of Springer Mountain, a broad dome with thin oak woods and a rock outcrop, has excellent northwest views of the Cohutta Mountains. Two bronze plaques mark this as the terminus of the AT. Natural history features: Long Creek Falls; old-growth hemlocksHiking Trails
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Appalachian Trail: Woody Gap to Neels Gap
Suches, GA-Take a hike to Blood Mountain, the highest peak on the Georgia AT, now usually a quite peaceful place except when invaded by swarms of weekend hikers. Sometime before 1600, however, the aptly name Blood Mountain, and its neighbor Slaughter Mountain Looked down on another battle between the North (the Cherokee Nation) and the South (the Creek Nation) that made the streams from Slaughter Gap flow red. Hiking Trails
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Benton MacKaye Trail
Ellijay, GA-This long trail lies between Ellijay and Blue Ridge near the Tennessee state line. Remote wilderness hiking through scenic mountain country with a variety of optional side trips of shorter loop trails along the route. Hiking Trails
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Amicalola Falls State Park Trails
Dahlonega, GA-Located about 20 miles east of Ellijay and fourteen miles west of Dahlonega. About 3.5 miles of easy to moderate hikes in three trails and the approach to the famous, 2,160 mile Appalachian Trail.Hiking Trails
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Appalachian Trail: Dicks Creek Gap to Deep Gap (NC)
Hiawassee, GA-In May and June, rhododendron, flame azalea, and mountain laurel bloom on the ridgetops of this trail section, while in fall and winter, hikers can enjoy the good views. At any time of year, this hike is a good length for an overnight trip, but it does have some steep and rocky sections. Hiking Trails
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Appalachian Trail: Hightower Gap to Woody Gap
Suches, GA-If you're looking for a good introduction to north-Georgia hiking, with several steep climbs and descents, this section of the AT provides it. The trail is good though rocky in spots, and primarily travels through hardwood forests of oak, hickory, and tulip-treeHiking Trails
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Appalachian Trail: Hogpen Gap to Unicoi Gap
Helen, GA-The AT here makes four short, steep climbs before settling out at 3500 feet for a stroll along an old forest road. Then it climbs gradually to the summit of Blue Mountain before dropping sharply 1000 feet in half a mile to Unicoi Gap. The trail goes north for 9 miles and then curves southeast around the headwaters of the Chattahooche RiverHiking Trails
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F.D. Roosevelt State Park - Pine Mountain & Mountain Creek Nature Trails
Columbus, GA-The park is in the west-central part of the state about 25 miles north of Columbus. Two trails totaling more than thirty-six miles with difficulties varying from easy to moderate.Hiking Trails
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Appalachian Trail: Neels Gap to Hogpen Gap
Blairsville, GA-Open ridgetops with excellent views, spring and fall wildflower displays, and well-graded trail make this a pleasant hike, and the proximity to Neels Gap makes it popular. This short AT section between two paved roads has one hard climb, out of Tesnatee Gap, which can be bypassed in bad weatherHiking Trails
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