Hiking in the Northeast Georgia Mountains hiking

The most unique thing about our location is our proximity to the world famous Appalachian Trail and the surrounding wilderness area of the Chattahoochee National Forest. We are sandwiched between and bordered by the Blood Mountain Wilderness Area and the Raven Cliffs Wilderness Area.

Some of our cabins are only a one hundred yard footpath from the Appalachian Trail, which extends over 2000 miles from Georgia to Maine, over the highest peaks of the Appalachian Mountains. A 2½ mile walk on the Appalachian Trail will take you to the top of Blood Mountain, the highest point on the trail in Georgia, and one of the most scenic sites in Georgia.

Consider taking a walk on the legendary Appalachian Trail via the historic Walasi-Yi Center at Neels Gap, which is less than a quarter mile from us. It’s the only place where the 2,189- mile-long trail passes through a man-made structure. If staying in a cabin, we have a walking trail that will take you straight to the Appalachian Trail. www.appalachiantrail.org

For additional waterfall fun in the region download the North Georgia Waterfalls app on IOS or Android.

Brasstown Bald Mountain rising 4,784 feet above sea level, is Georgia’s tallest mountain. Its incredible 360 degree view allows you to see Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and South Carolina on a clear day. Reach the summit via trails or shuttle bus. Enjoy hiking trails, picnicking, and a Visitor Information Center tour that focuses on Georgia history, geology, and the natural world. You can also watch a 15-minute movie about the incredible changes to the Brasstown landscape during the year. Open daily (10am-5pm) during peak season May – November. Open December – April as weather allows. Please call to verify hours of operation. 706-745-6928. www.cfaia.org/brasstown-bald-recreation-area-visitor-centers-in-georgia/

Waterfall and hiking trail map

There is no better place for hiking, finding waterfalls, viewing wildlife, and just catching your breath.