4 Exciting Trails for Biking in North Georgia

Biking is one of the ultimate adventures to enjoy in North Georgia! With thrilling descents and breathtaking views, these trails are truly some of the best in the country. There are several trails for biking in North Georgia in the area surrounding Glen-Ella Springs that are more than worth checking out. With trails of varying difficulty and length, most bikers will find one suitable for their needs. Next time you’re in the area, grab a bike and hit these North Georgia mountain biking trails! 

4 Great North Georgia Mountain Biking Trails 

There are several great North Georgia biking trails right around the corner from Glen-Ella Springs Inn! They all offer different challenges, but you can be sure that you’ll have a great ride on all of them. Plus, the beauty of the surroundings is always breathtaking no matter the time of year. 

  1. Shortline Trail

Wind through the beautiful Appalachian Forest on The Shortline Trail, also known as the Tallulah Falls Rail-Trail. This flat, multi-use trail located within Tallulah Gorge State Park is a real treat for riders! It is paved and offers an easy ride for cyclists, skaters, and pedestrians. This three-mile trail is a fantastic choice for a leisurely stroll through the surrounding wilderness!  

  1. StoneplaceTrail 

Stoneplace Trail is one of three North Georgia mountain biking trails in Tallulah Gorge State Park. This 8-mile round trip can be extended to about 15 miles if you add the High Bluff Loop. The trail is rated moderate to difficult for its rocky terrain but is so worth it for the waterfall featured along the way.  

  1. High Bluff Trail

Here is yet another trail in Tallulah Gorge State Park, known for it’s stunning nature and river views along the path. Rated moderate in difficulty, the High Bluff Trail is made of compacted red dirt and can be an extension to Stoneplace Trail, as mentioned aboveYou may want to stop along the way to admire the gorgeous vistas of the Tallulah River winding through the mountains. 

  1. Stonewall Falls Loop & The White Twister

The Stonewall Falls Loop and White Twister trails are just a short drive away from Glen-Ella Springs Inn near Tiger, Georgia. The Stonewall Falls Loop is a single-track trail about eleven miles long. It’s a challenging course, but also a rewarding journey! There are optional exits for those who would rather complete only part of the trail. On this route, you might even spot wildlife like squirrels, grouse, deer, bobcats, or even bears! 

The White Twister trail is a local favorite and is located near the beautiful Tallulah Gorge. The trail is only four miles long but offers plenty of challenge and excitement at every turn. As the name suggests, this trail twists and turns through forested valleys. Be prepared for a rigorous and steep climb; you’ll ascend a total of 532 feet. It’s important to note that the White Twister is for experienced cyclists only! 

Stay in the Best Accommodations in North Georgia 

When you’re deciding which of these North Georgia mountain biking trails you want to ride, be sure to book your stay at Glen-Ella Springs. There is no better place to enjoy all the charms of the North Georgia Mountains. Our rooms and suites perfectly combine rustic elegance and modern comfort. Our beautiful property in Clarkesville, Georgia, is the ideal place to relax and forget the stress of your day-to-day life. Plus, we’re located just a short distance away from the biking trails we listed above, so you’ll always be just minutes away from adventure. Our on-site restaurant is also a highlight of a stay at Glen-Ella Springs. Our chef prepares innovative dishes that utilize the freshest local ingredients around. We can’t wait to have you with us soon!