The winter season in North Georgia is perfect for outdoor activities. On a nice sunny day the weather is perfect to tackle some of those more arduous hikes in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The crisp air and the warm sun will really set the tone for the perfect trek along any of the favorite trails for hiking in North Georgia. Take advantage of these cooler months to wind your way past moss-covered boulders and trout streams. If you’ve done some hiking in North Georgia before, you know this is an opportunity worth grasping.
There are numerous trails to hike in the area, which vary in difficulty, length and scenery. In the midst of the mountains with bubbling streams and rivers throughout, the North Georgia paths are known for beautiful waterfalls and epic panoramas, among other breathtaking views. Here are a few trails worth hiking in North Georgia.
Make sure you’re prepared before you head out hiking in North Georgia. Always take the appropriate safety gear, water, food and lots of layers for these cooler months. If you need to pick up a few things to prepare yourself head to Smokey Mountain Trader in Cleveland, GA to get any last-minute provisions. Another outdoorsman’s dream is the historic Mountain Crossings, which lives in a building that was completed in 1937 – the same year the Appalachian trail was finished – by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
If you’re planning a trip to do some hiking in North Georgia book your stay at the Glen Ella Springs Inn soon. You’ll find the best of southern hospitality at this elegant bed and breakfast, and gourmet restaurant. We will send you out with a full stomach and prepared for a day in the mountains and welcome you home for a relaxing evening at the Inn.