Eric Champlin

Atlanta

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  1. Raven Cliff Falls - Hiking

    Atlanta

    A 5.1 mile round-trip hike leads you over creek crossings and rock outcrops and past miniature waterfalls to the 400-foot Raven Cliff Falls.

  2. Springer Mountain - Hiking

    Atlanta

    Springer Mountain is the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, offering options for double-digit day hikes or multi-day backpacking trips along the AT.

  3. Blood Mountain - Hiking

    Atlanta

    A 4.3 mile total round-trip hike takes you to the highest summit on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia, where you’ll trek through tree-covered forests and over lichen-ridden living rock to the summit at 4,461 feet.

  4. Cochran Shoals Trail - Running

    Atlanta

    This trail system offers a great 5k loop, and a myriad of picturesque areas to explore from forests and marshlands to rocky dirt trails. This is an ever popular place to run, hike or bike, and locals flock to the area on a regular basis.

  5. Dukes Creek Falls Trail - Hiking

    Atlanta

    Short, sweet and to the point, the Dukes Creek Falls trail leads you to the waterfalls in a 1.1 mile trek with many observation points to see the falls.

  6. East Palisades Trail - Hiking

    Atlanta

    One of the few destinations within city limits that makes you feel like you are in the mountains. East Palisades gives trail runners and hikers some grueling hills, narrow trails and beautiful scenery.

  7. Panther Creek - Hiking

    Atlanta

    Known as one of the best hikes in Georgia, Panther Creek will take you through lush, green forests and lead you along a serene path to two beautiful sets of waterfalls. This is great for hiking, trail running and camping as well. You will be bragging to your friends about this one!