Long Branch Loop Trail is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Blue Ridge, Georgia that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Pleasant trail. Easy grade. Not many blazes but the trail is very simple to follow.
Great hike to get your daily exercise.
A short and very easy hike. There's not much of anything to look at, except the beautiful fall colors in early November. the loop took us just under 45 minutes to complete. This would make a good warm-up to some of the better trails in the area!
Perfect for a quick and easy hike with impatient kids away from the rat race.
It was very quiet and peaceful - not difficult nor was it busy. I walked with a local landowner who confirmed he has seen bears on the trail (rarely) but something to be aware of. Good for dogs and kids - the loop is two miles and easy to do a few times. Look for the chimney about a mile and a half, also good access to water for dogs.
Very easy trail, not breathe taking views, but lots of wildlife. We saw a snake slither across the path and were intrigued by the brick fireplace. Does anyone know the history behind it? Would definitely recommend for a leisurely hike for those not feeling super adventures or looking for something less strenuous than other hikes in the area.
An easy, short trail with no remarkable views but very peaceful.
Cold and raining but a great hike. The understory is so varied it is interesting. We passed one biker and a family starting out with dog. Rain won't stop us!