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    Top Spots in and near Stone Mountain

    • Cartersville, Georgia

      Pine Mountain Loop

      2.11 mi / 597 ft gain
      The Pine Mountain Trail winds and climbs its way to awesome summit views, along massive granite outcrops and serene forest. Hike over wooden bridges, across sparkling streams, past misty waterfalls & rock outcroppings, varied forest, scenic overlooks, & leaping deer. This local gem is tuc...
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    • Cartersville, Georgia

      Etowah Indian Mounds Interpretive and River Walk Trails

      1.08 mi / 105 ft gain
      Etowah Indian Mounds Interpretive and River Walk Trails is a loop trail that takes you by a river located near Cartersville, Georgia.
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    • Jackson, Georgia

      High Falls Loop

      1.08 mi / 194 ft gain
      Parking areas are on the opposite side of the road where the trailhead is located and the fee is $5. If paying for parking isn't in your agenda, there is a gas station down the road on the same side as the trailhead where free parking is occasionally available. The trail begins off High Falls ro...
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    • Jasper, Georgia

      Mount Oglethorpe

      0.69 mi / 49 ft gain
      Mount Oglethorpe, located in Jasper, Georgia, offers a challenging hiking trail that spans approximately 0.69 miles. The trail is marked by a steady incline, making it suitable for intermediate to advanced hikers. The path is well-maintained and clearly marked, ensuring a safe journey for all hik...
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    • Euharlee, Georgia

      Paddle the Lower Etowah (Euharlee Road to 411)

      The nine mile stretch of river between Euharlee Road and 411 provides a beautiful getaway near Cartersville. As it sits downstream of Allatoona Lake, this is considered the Lower Etowah, and the temperament of the current depends largely on whether or not the Corps is releasing water upstream fro...
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    • Dahlonega, Georgia

      Kayak the Chestatee River South of Dahlonega

      This six mile section of the Chestatee River is a safe, enjoyable float mostly away from civilization. There are several small rapids and bumpy areas (class 1) throughout, with two larger rapids (class 1-2) towards the end of the section. It does get pretty shallow in some sections, so keep watch...
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