The mountains of North Georgia are beautiful from a distance. They’re even better up close. Venturing into the lush greenery surrounding Sautee Nacoochee is a great way to immerse yourself in an experience of wine country that you’ll never forget. Check out these hiking trails in North Georgia to see beautiful foliage, wildlife, waterfalls, and more!
When you’re on your way to conquering one of these hiking trails in North Georgia, make sure you know all the other fun things to do here as well. Be sure to download a copy of our complimentary North Georgia Wine Country Vacation Guide when you’re planning your trip. The Vacation Guide is a great way to get to know our area, regardless of how many times you’ve visited. It contains comprehensive information about all the area’s outdoor activities, as well as beautiful attractions and excellent amenities. Find great places to eat, arts and cultural opportunities, and of course, the best wineries in town when you have the Vacation Guide by your side. Take the stress out of planning your trip to wine country and download your guide now!
3 Hiking Trails in North Georgia That You Need to Experience
1. Raven Cliff Falls Trail:
This trail winds 4.9-miles through a gorgeous landscape. Plunge into the forest as you walk a trail speckled with cascading waterfalls along the way. It is rated as a moderate walk. The main attraction – Raven Cliff Falls – is about 2 miles in. As with many other beautiful sights in the vicinity, you’ll want to take your camera on this hiking trail in North Georgia.
2. Smith Creek Trail to Anna Ruby Falls:
Smith Creek is one of the best hiking trails in North Georgia. It leads hikers to one of the most well-known attractions in the area, Anna Ruby Falls. This is the scenic route to the trail, and while it’s a moderate hike, it isn’t for the faint of heart. The round-trip is almost 9-miles. However, the view of the falls right in the middle, as well as the plethora of other amazing sights and sounds along the way, are well worth hiking the Smith Creek Trail.
3. Dukes Creek Falls Trail:
This trail is a bit shorter. At about 2-miles, it’s great for family walks. It ends at the point where Davis Creek crosses Duke Creek, and again features a picturesque waterfall. Dukes Creek Fall is 150-feet in height.
Relax and Enjoy Our Rustic Accommodations
Sylvan Valley Lodge and Cellars is a wonderful place to enjoy the area’s rustic beauty. After you spend a day exploring one of these hiking trails in North Georgia, there is no better place to come and relax. Our accommodations nestled in the gorgeous mountains have everything you need for a smooth, fun, and memorable trip. Recline with a craft beer or glass of wine and enjoy Mother Nature’s Playground. Return home feeling relaxed and recharged! Come sip, stay and play at Sylvan Valley Lodge and Cellars, and get a taste of the wine country lifestyle!
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