Backpacking Trails in Georgia
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Backpacking Trails in Georgia

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13 - 75 mi
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Georgia has 17 backpacking trails. These trails range from 13.2 to 75.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Vogel State Park Trails, Benton MacKaye Trail and Appalachian Trail in Georgia. Trails.com member Carrie B. recently completed F. D. Roosevelt State Park, Pine Mountain Trail.
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Named for Benton MacKaye, who provided the inspiration for establishing the Appalachian ...
F. D. Roosevelt State Park is located on Pine Mountain in the central part of the state, ...
The Appalachian Trail (AT) is one of the longest continually marked trails in the world. ...
One of the oldest state parks in Georgia, Vogel is also one of the most scenic. The park ...
The Toccoa is a delightful mountain stream that flows north out of the Chattahoochee National ...
One of the oldest state parks in Georgia, Vogel is also one of the most scenic. The park ...
The East Cowpen, Hickory Ridge, and Rough Ridge trails form a loop that passes through ...
The name Oostanaula is a derivation of the Cherokee phrase for “Shoal River.” The inspiration ...
If Georgia consisted only of the Chattooga River and the Okefenokee Swamp it would still ...
The Oconee River is one of Georgia’s major rivers. More than 200 miles of river start ...
One of Athen’s rivers, the North Oconee begins as a small river that meanders through ...
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