Ladyslipper Trail

EASY 9 reviews

Ladyslipper Trail is a 6.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Mt Airy, Georgia that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

6.6 miles 1184 feet Loop

kid friendly

birding

hiking

mountain biking

nature trips

walking

lake

views

wild flowers

wildlife

over grown

1 day ago

hiking
2 days ago

Every Trail is worth at least two stars. God's creations are always a pleasure to view! However, this trail "is nothing to write home about." It's beyond poorly marked. So, if you plan to come and hike this trail I strongly recommend that you have a full battery on your GPS (if you plan to finish it). There's a split in the trail about 2.7m in and it will lead you to the last mile of the loop, almost cutting the hike in half.

hiking
3 months ago

Good workout. Lot of uphill the first mile and on the way back up the mountain. Would not call this an easy trail. Lake Russell trail is easier. Definitely use the app to stay on course. There aren't many markers to direct you. P.S. Lot of acorns on the trail today. Some were the stuff of squirrel legend. As big as a squirrel head. Bring some home to your hometown squirrels so they can know the legend is REAL. :)

hiking
5 months ago

Terribly marked. As the sun started to go down, we couldn't find our way out. What was suppose to be a 3 hour hike turned into 6 hours. Very disappointed. However, just around the corner is a short, well-marked trail called Nancytown Falls Trail. It isn't listed on ALLTrails...but it's worth seeking out. It's located on a gravel road (probabaly a Forrest Service Rd), but there are only a couple spots to park. Very short hike (approx. 1.0 mi. in and out) with a beautiful waterfall about 0.5 mi. in from the trailhead.

hiking
7 months ago

hiking
9 months ago

pleasant super easy kid friendly

hiking
2 years ago

Easy and pleasant. Good family hike

hiking
4 years ago

This trail has easy footing most of the way, but be warned, the first one and a half mile is a constant incline. Once you get past that, the main thing you need to worry about is that the trail is not marked well when it is interrupted. (There are several crossings with gravel roads, and, weirdly, a huge open expanse that has been tilled.) This turned our hike from 6.2 miles to 8.9 miles. It was a big difference, given what we were expecting! If trail markers were improved this would be a much more enjoyable experience...

mountain biking
5 years ago

The trail markers need updating badly. The trail was great once you made it to the top of that first climb.. I wound up on a forest service road that dead ended.