Favorite Trails for Winter Hiking in Georgia

Explore these waterfalls and mountain summits in Georgia’s mild climate. From the chilly altitudes of Georgia’s southern Appalachian mountains to its more temperate southern coastline, all are beautiful year-round, but they’re arguably better in wintery landscapes and cooler temperatures.

Don’t ditch your hiking boots when temperatures plummet and leaves fall: you’ll miss out on one of Georgia’s best hiking seasons.

Autumn’s deciduous leaf drop opens wide winter vistas on mountain summits otherwise cloaked in leaf cover. Icicles drip from the crest of waterfalls, creating light-reflecting prisms. And wintery fog and snow dustings turn familiar, favorite landscapes into new sensory experiences. Welcome to winter hiking in Georgia’s cool climate.

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1 Comment

  1. Wilma NC

    My favorite reasons to winter hike are, in this order, no people, no snakes, no ticks!!!

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