The 20 Best Hikes in Georgia

Fall is an amazing time to get outside and hit the trail in Georgia.

The leaves are changing, the air is crisp, and the summer heat is finally fading. Whether you’re looking to challenge yourself on a long day hike or head out for a leisurely stroll with the whole family, there’s a hike on this list for anyone who wants to hit the trail this fall. Take a look and start making your plans to explore Georgia.

1. Hike to Anna Ruby Falls


Photo: Matthew Koehnemann

2. Hike Blood Mountain


Photo: Rob Giersch

3. Hike the Indian Seats Trail


Photo: Alan Maxcy

4. Hike and Climb to Yonah Mountain


Photo: Cole Christiansen

5. Climb the Stairs to Amicalola Falls


Photo: Matthew Ady

6. Hike Cloudland Canyon’s Waterfall Trail


Photo: Alan Maxcy

7. Hike to Roswell Mill Ruins via Vickery Creek Trail


Photo: Kelley Le

8. Hike to Blue Hole and High Shoals Creek Falls


Photo: Tiffany Lachner

9. Hike the White Loop at Sweetwater Creek


Photo: Alan Maxcy

10. Hike along Sope Creek


Photo: Rob Giersch

11. Hike Arabia Mountain


Photo: Rob Giersch

12. Hike Hurricane Falls, Tallulah Gorge SP


Photo: Matthew Koehnemann

13. Hike the Battlefield and Mountain Loop


Photo: Kelley Le

14. Hike Pine Mountain


Photo: Nick Tort

15. Hike the Canyon Loop in Providence Canyon


Photo: Seth Berry

16. Hike the West Rim Trail to Cherokee Falls


Photo: Clare Healey

17. Hike to Raven Cliffs


Photo: Tiffany Lachner

18. Hike to the Brasstown Bald Peak


Photo: Jason Clemmons

19. Hike and Swim at Red Top Mountain


Photo: Jeremy Cournyea

20. Hike to Panther Creek Falls


Photo: Kelley Le

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Cover photo: Matthew Koehnemann

Published: November 1, 2016

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