Best Backpacking in Georgia

This list represents the most popular backpacking in Georgia. Use this list to plan your next Georgia backpacking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Named for Benton MacKaye, who provided the inspiration for establishing the Appalachian ...
The Toccoa is a delightful mountain stream that flows north out of the Chattahoochee National ...
F. D. Roosevelt State Park is located on Pine Mountain in the central part of the state, ...
The Oconee River is one of Georgia’s major rivers. More than 200 miles of river start ...
The name Oostanaula is a derivation of the Cherokee phrase for “Shoal River.” The inspiration ...
The Appalachian Trail (AT) is one of the longest continually marked trails in the world. ...
One of Athen’s rivers, the North Oconee begins as a small river that meanders through ...
If Georgia consisted only of the Chattooga River and the Okefenokee Swamp it would still ...
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 ...
Pinhoti Connector Trail (Closed Road) is a hiking and biking trail in Murray County, Georgia. ...
Pinhoti Connector Trail (Closed Road) is a hiking and biking trail in Murray County, Georgia. ...
Chattooga River Trail is a hiking trail in Rabun County, Georgia. It is 9.7 miles long ...
Bartram Trail is a hiking trail in Rabun County, Georgia. It is 5.0 miles long and begins ...
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 ...
F. D. Roosevelt State Park is located on Pine Mountain in the central part of the state, ...
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