The Wolfden Loop: Pine Mountain Trail and Beaver Pond Trail

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F.D. Roosevelt State Park

The Wolfden Loop: Pine Mountain Trail and Beaver Pond Trail is a 6.7 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Warm Springs, Georgia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length6.7 miElevation gain744 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingRunningForestRiverViewsWaterfallFee
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F.D. Roosevelt State Park charges a $5 parking fee. You can also purchase an annual pass that is valid at all Georgia State Parks for $50.

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K Magneson
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The trail is well maintained and well marked. Be mindful of slippery rocks and lots of muddy areas as well as tree roots. No restroom at the trailhead. Falls were nice. There was a very large, loud group at the main falls so we didn’t get a chance to enjoy that one. We had not done this long of a hike before - if you are also beginner hikers, be warned that the trail will feel like it won’t ever end. It was beautiful, but it was a long one.

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Michelle Black
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Well maintained and marked. Elevation is not bad. The waterfall is beautiful

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Janina Edwards
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Christy Ortiz
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Great hike. A little more strenuous than we expected but that was a welcome surprise. Rocky terrain. Wear shoes with good soles!

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Hillary Seeland
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Hiking

Trail was well-maintained and clearly marked. We traveled through several different habitats and enjoyed every one. Trail was clean and peaceful. We did the 7ish mile loop in about three hours. This trail is a must-do.

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Hillary Manning
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This was a beautiful trail, and really well kept up. I hiked from the right fork (counter clockwise), and hit beautiful creeks, little waterfalls, and lovely shade in the start, and then the terrain changed to wide open forest without much shade. Overall, I loved this hike - I just wish I had gone clockwise instead so I could have ended with the wolf den, waterfalls, and creeks.

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Lee Kennedy
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John Hornbuckle
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Well-marked with a nice variety of scenery

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RobinHood Archer
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Very nice easy hike

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Macrina P Ley
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Hiking

One of the best trails I’ve hiked. Such variety in the terrain kept it interesting and challenging. Loved it!

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Spencer McLennan
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Very rocky terrain

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Natalie Mrozek
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Donald Burgess
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Samantha Martin
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Anna Johnson
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Danko Polny
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Recommend clockwise

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andy miller
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Raychel Gray
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The trail was maintained well. I went counterclockwise and hit the falls and wolf den first. The first half was definitely more populated because of the sights. It was along the creek and was kind of like a jungle. Very cool experience. The second half was very empty. Less scenic as well but it was a nice trek. The only downfall to this trail is that you have to cross a busy road two different times. Many people bring their dogs as well so be prepared if you are going to bring a dog. Not many bugs at all.

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Rosa Malagon
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Awesome but difficult

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Laura L
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Great hike! Going counter clockwise will take you to a series of small waterfalls first. This was by far the busiest part of the trail and the path itself is narrow making it slow going to let people pass. Most people just want to see the waterfalls, though, and head back to the WSB parking lot area. Continuing past that is secluded. Saw only one other person on the trail and had it all to myself. Took the Beaver Den spur to cut off the last part of the trail as daylight was running short. Would hike again! Glad for my trekking poles as some parts of the trail are rocky and slippery.

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Kim King
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Lisa McIntosh
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Great trail!

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Derek Mccrea
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