Two-Mile Backcountry Loop Trail is a 2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rising Fawn, Georgia that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

2.0 miles
219 feet

dog friendly

kid friendly




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This two-mile loop provides access to the parks back-country campsites. In a clockwise fashion, the trail slopes gently downward through oak woodland on its way to a small stream and dark groves of eastern hemlock. The trail then climbs approximately 200 feet back to the trail-head.

Great trail! Stayed there this past weekend (1 night) and was impressed! Really enjoyed the layout of the trail and the campsites. The sites are spread out and very spacious. Absolutely going back.

30 days ago

Nice easy trail. Well marked with nice camp sites.

2 months ago

Nice, well marked trail. Lots of shade.

7 months ago

I hiked all the trails on Saturday in Cloudland with the exception of Bear Creek Backcountry Trail because it was closed. If you are looking to have a good 15 mile day this would be a good park to hike. All the trails are well maintained and easy trekking. The most strenuous place in these trails are the stairs that exist to access/exit Sitton’s Gulch Trail - about 600 or so. This was my first time at this park, and I was blown away at the beauty of the canyon and the falls. Aside from the stairs these trails are not hard, but offer a good day of beauty and exercise. I would suggest the following “loop”: Park at the Trenton trailhead for Sitton’s Gulch Trail and begin hiking. This trail is 2 miles one way; make your way up the stairs (congratulations you just made it through the most strenuous part of the whole day). Keep going up to Overlook Trail which is up and beyond the Waterfall trails which I would save for last just because who eats dessert prior to the meal? Hike the Overlook Trail all the way back and up to the Two Mile Backcountry Loop. When you get to the actual loop which is about 2 miles or so after you reach the start of Overlook Trail, then, I suggest taking the left road and loop back around to save best for last; after loop make your way back through Overlook Trail and down to hike West Rim Loop which is 6 miles - take the left road for woods and the loop will bring you back around for canyon views and much needed breeze to cool you down. Head back down and see Cherokee and Hemlock Falls and make your way back out to the trailhead at Sitton’s Gulch. Wonderful day!

Sunday, January 01, 2017

An easy relaxing hike with beautiful scenery and Lovely camping areas. Great trail.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Very nice !

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Easy walk with decent campsites. Most had outhouses and all had fire rings and picnic tables.

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