10 Amazing Spring Hikes in Georgia

Springtime is hiking time.

Whether you're craving a long climb to a rushing waterfall or a leisurely walk through a shady forest, Georgia has something for every hiker this spring. As the days begin to grow longer and the temperature starts warming up, there really is no excuse not to get outside and explore Georgia. Check out some of our favorite spring hikes and make your plans for this weekend!

1. Hike Cloudland Canyon’s Waterfall Trail

Photo: Alan Maxcy

2. Hike the West Rim Trail to Cherokee Falls

Photo: Clare Healy

3. Hike Pine Mountain

Photo: Nick Tort

4. Hike the Canyon Loop in Providence Canyon

Photo: Seth Berry

5. Hike and Swim at High Falls State Park

Photo: Kelley Le

6. Hike to the Brasstown Bald Peak

Photo: Jason Clemmons

7. Climb the Stairs to Amicalola Falls

Photo: Matthew Ady

8. Hike to the Roswell Mill Ruins via Vickery Creek Trail

Photo: Kelley Le

9. Hike to Blue Hole and High Shoals Creek Falls

Photo: Tiffany Lachner

10. Hike the Cascade Springs Trail

Photo: Kelley Le


Discover more adventures across the state at Explore Georgia.

Cover photo: Nick Tort

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

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