Pine Mountain Loop Trail is a 4.6 mile loop trail located near Cartersville, Georgia that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
4.6 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1,348 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

birding

hiking

nature trips

trail running

walking

wild flowers

wildlife

walking
1 month ago

More of a Hard rated trail during the first mile compared to other moderate trails within 20 mile radius. Sharp Rocky and sometimes narrow path. Not good for training with any back weight; could twist an ankle if not cautious. Good leg workout on dicey terrain. Not good during wet days due to rocks.
Good workout, but I don’t feel it’s worth it.

hiking
1 month ago

This is always a good one. Try going during the week, it gets busy on the weekends.

2 months ago

great workout!

3 months ago

Is a beautiful place to go.

hiking
3 months ago

Very nice place to hiking

3 months ago

Loved it!

4 months ago

Nice trail for a dog

5 months ago

beginning is a little challenging...pretty walk on flatter loop

6 months ago

Beautiful day very nice trail.

6 months ago

Very nice! Went clockwise on the west loop to avoid going downhill through rugged/rocky terrain on the way back (save my knees a bit). I found this to be quite strenuous, especially the first leg (lovely summit at the top). Took the east loop counter clockwise. Both loops combined, clocked in at 5.58 miles. Excellent workout.

8 months ago

Awesome fun trail. Beautiful views.

9 months ago

Easy to get to, yet offers some good time in the woods.

hiking
11 months ago

It's a nice set of trails. The views from the overlook are nice, but not amazing: you can see Allatoona Lake on one side and Plant Bowen on the other. I think that you can probably get a better view after the leaves have fallen, so it may be better in the late autumn or winter. I recommend going clockwise around the West loop and counterclockwise around the East loop. If you go the other direction on the West loop, you will be going downhill through a boulder field towards the end, which can be rough on the knees: it's easier and lower impact to go up while you still have the energy.

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