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Chickamauga and Chattanooga Yellow Trail is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October.

Length 4.1 mi Elevation gain 229 ft Route type Loop

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

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Paul Adkins
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Great workout in a beautiful place! Trail needs to be trimmed back. Was a little spotty a few times but was very easy to find the trail once you realized you were in a spot to need to look for it. I had full service the whole hike so I was able to use the GPS to record the hike and it was spot on regarding the trail. It helped!

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Jason J
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Hiking

Went counterclockwise and enjoyed the section after Hunt cemetery the most. Quite muddy in parts, but I enjoy that. I started at about 4pm at 4pm at the end of February, so I had some great light and shadows for the second half. Keep your eye out for the creeks on the east and west ends of the loop and the side trails that take you down to them ; they were some of my favorite spots.

Diana Pascual
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HikingBugs

I would recommend this to someone who is looking for a trail that has shade and is relatively flat. some areas are rocky, but not too bad. The trails are marked by colors, blue, yellow, red, green, orange. I hiked late afternoon into early evening, and I saw deer on the red trail. there are plaques along the trails so that you can read the story of the battles that took place here.

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Thomas Davis
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Hiking

Nice easy relaxing hike. In Places it is a bit overgrown. A walk in the woods. Didn’t see a soul.

Kirk Hossley
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Christie B.
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Evan Bruhn
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Ricky Sanftner
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Brandon R.
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Denton Whitehead
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