Tearbritches Trail is a 6.3 mile out and back trail located near Epworth, Georgia. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking and camping. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
6.3 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
2,526 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dogs on leash

camping

hiking

backpacking
Thursday, October 26, 2017

We used this trail to access the conasagua river trail - we were short on time and running a shuttle. In hindsight, I wish we would have just run the shuttle to the north terminus of the CRT because this trail was BORING! The first half mile is slogging up a hill thorough a trail overgrown with briar, then the next 2.5 mils are relentless downhill to the conasagua river basin. Not much to see, overgrown, and the last half mile of trail was hit hard by fires. We actually lost the trail in the burn area, so we bushwacked our way down to the river. There was one small spring for filtering water about halfway down the trail, we did not notice any good sites for tent camping, but one could string up a hammock in plenty of places.

Saturday, July 01, 2017

hardest trail I have ever been on. it is up and down. nothing is flat.

hiking
Sunday, April 30, 2017

Steep descent down to the creek and then a steep ascent back up. Better eat your Wheaties!!

backpacking
Saturday, February 11, 2017

Short hike, not very scenic as far as mountain views.

hiking
Sunday, May 31, 2015

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hiking
Monday, June 24, 2013

Lots of elevation here in a very short distance. Starting out it's pretty dense and grown up, but the trail opens up nicely. Hike down Tearbritches camp at Boyd Field or one of the nearby campsites where the Conasauga River Trail, Hickory Creek Trail, and Panther Creek Trail meet and then dayhike up to Panther Creek Falls.

hiking
Wednesday, January 11, 2012

This trail is moderate going in, but if you have to come back out it, be prepared to feel the burn. At the bottom you can connect onto the Conasauga river trail or panther creek trail. The gain on the way out is about 2000 feet strait up. Beastly!

hiking
7 months ago

backpacking
Sunday, August 14, 2016