Heritage Park Trail

Cobb County, Georgia

Distance1.2mi
Elevation Gain218ft
Trailhead Elevation932ft
Top932ft
Elevation Min/Max819/932ft
Elevation Start/End932/932ft

Heritage Park Trail

Heritage Park Trail is a hiking trail in Cobb County, Georgia. It is 1.2 miles long and begins at 932 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 218 feet. This trail connects with the following: Silver Comet Trail.

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60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Atlanta (Menasha Ridge Press)
Randy & Pam Golden
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"This historic road explores a portion of Confederate General Joseph Johnston’s Smyrna Line and the remains of an old woolen mill. Hikers can view Ruff ’s Mill and continue on to see Concord Covered Bridge." Read more

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2/11/2012
It was cold when we did the hike, but the trees offered protection from the wind. It wasn't very busy, probably because of the weather. It was a nice mildly challenging hike. Read my full review at my blog: http://twentysevenintwentytwelve.blogspot.com/2012/02/winter-winds-east-west-lake-trail.html
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11/1/2009
Nice hike, some moderate slopes but nothing too strenuous, lots of places to sit & rest or just enjoy nature, not crowded at all, only 1 other hiker on path at same time, natural setting, dirt paths, will go back again.
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6/21/2009
Elachee has a great set of trails. As was metioned before, you can stitch together different small trails into different long hikes. There is a really great suspension bridge that can only be accessed from the hiking trails. Most of the trails are my favorite kind, dirt/natural paths in the woods. The park performs just enough management. Adding some rough stairs, and maintaining the trail without losing the naturalk feel. The canopy is dense enough that you may not notice a light rain.
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Cobb County
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Dog-friendly
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Heritage Park
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