Get your hiking gear ready for some fun adventure on the exquisite North Georgia hiking trails, where you’ll appreciate the moss-covered boulders, rolling waters, tree canopies, and the bustling wildlife. Georgia’s Appalachian mountains is filled with an amazing network of hiking trails for you to experience the great outdoors. Find out why Georgia is known as a hiker’s paradise and visit the following state parks and hiking trails.
Tallulah Gorge State Park
Hike your way to one of the most gorgeous canyons in the east, the 2-mile long and 1,000-foot deep Tallulah Gorge. More than 20 miles of trails awaits you, and you can ride your mountain bike too for some trails. Easy to strenuous.
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Trails are from easy to difficult and run for a total of 11 miles. You may be interested in hiking on the Norma Campbell Cove Trail, the park’s newest trail.
Amicalola Falls State Park
This beautiful state park boasts of the 729-foot Amicalola Falls, the Southeast’s tallest cascading waterfall. All skill levels are welcome to its nine trails that are up to 12 miles long. Make sure to take the most popular trail, which is the New Appalachian Approach Trail, also known as the Base of the Falls Trail. It’s the most scenic route and has steep slopes and stairs, so expect moderate to strenuous physical activity.
Moccasin Creek State Park
On the shores of the 2,800-acre Lake Burton is the Moccasin Creek State Park, where park visitors can enjoy exploring the waterfalls and hiking trails. Make sure to visit the Non-Game Interpretive Trail with Wildlife Observation Tower.
Cloudland Canyon State Park
On the western edge of Lookout Mountain is the Cloudland Canyon State Park, known for its rugged geology and spectacular hiking.