Appalachian Trail in Georgia – Also known as the AT
Arkaquah Trail – High ridge trail between Brasstown Bald and Track Rock Gap
AT Neels Gap to Hogpen Gap
AT Springer Mountain to Woody Gap – First section of the AT, begins on Springer Mt. and ends at Georgia 60
AT Woody Gap to Neels Gap
Brasstown Bald Trail – Climb to Georgia Highest Point, Brasstown Bald
Byron Herbert Reece Access Trail – Formerly the Blood Mountain Spur Trail, this is the AT access trail at Neel's Gap
Coosa Backcountry Trail – Loop trail in the rugged mountains near Vogel State Park
Eyes on Wildlife Trail – Fun loop trail that was poorly marked the last time we hiked it.
Helton Creek Falls – Brief hike through a cool mountain cove to two waterfalls, both of which are on Helton Creek.
Horse Trough Falls Trail – This brief leg-stretch is marked by the first bridge across the Chattahoochee River
Jacks Knob Trail – Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps as access to Brasstown Bald, this trail climbs to the top of Wolfpen Ridge.
Jarrard Gap Trail
Logan Turnpike – At first easy, the last mile climb to the Appalachian Trail is difficult.
Mill Shoals Trail – Mill Shoals is actually a fun trail, without a lot of hard walking or scenic views.
Slaughter Creek Trail – Probably the easiest access trail to the AT in Georgia, hikers use it for access to Blood Mountain
Wagon Train Trail – Beautiful, well banked trail that walks more like a road.