Georgia Trip Reports
Georgia is full of hiking opportunities, but we've only scratched its surface. In March of 2008, I did several short dayhikes to waterfalls in the Chattahoochee National Forest, near Helen.    Photos     In March of 2006, we finally backpacked the Cumberland Island National Seashore, a barrier island off the Georgia coast.     Photos     In February of 2002, we dayhiked on the Bartram Trail to the summit of Rabun Bald. In June of 2005, a business trip took me to southwest Georgia, giving me the opportunity to hike in Providence Canyon. That fall, I returned to the Georgia mountains for a visit to Toccoa Falls and a hike to Blood Mountain. In January of 2007, Myron, Dorcas, Bob, and I ran into some interesting locals on a backpacking trip along the Chattooga River. In April, 2010 we backpacked a 56-mile stretch of the Bartram Trail from the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina to Russell Bridge over the Chattooga River.     (Photos) Additional trip reports from the Chattooga River area can be found on the South Carolina page. In July of 2010, I spent 3 days backpacking with Jimmy along The Jacks River in the Cohutta Wilderness.     (Photos).      In May of 2012, I finally hiked at Amiacola Falls State Park.     (Photos). In July, 20112 we visited Cleveland, TN, and I took advantage of the opportunity to hike to Lula Lake and Lula Falls, on Lookout Mountain, above Chattanooga.     (Photos). In February, 2013 a work assignment in Trenton, GA gave me the opportunity to take a short hike in Cloudland Canyon State Park.     (Photos).
Please remember to Leave No Trace!