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Good trail that was mostly well marked. Boardwalk over “lake” was in excellent condition. Little noisy because of boats/ jet skis on “lake.” Were certain points were it was not clear where the trail continued (i.e. trail led to paved road with no indication where trail continued).

Well marked trail. Located at State Park across road from main entrance. Parking fee required. Boardwalk looked to have been recently repaired. Mostly piney woods throughout. Small section in lower lying area with boardwalk.

hiking
18 hours ago

A great loop that can be handled by hikers of almost all skill levels. A beautiful view at the top and also be sure to check out the lake and waterfall.

Beautiful easy flat trail. Very well maintained. You can see beautiful waterways and also wooded areas. Keep an eye out for little crabs on the trail! They’re adorable! (Great beginners hike especially with kids)

hiking
off trail
19 hours ago

Parked at the Black Rock Mountain Overlook since the Tennessee Rock and James Edmond parking was full. From Black Rock Mountain Overlook walked on the road to the trail, started on the trail about .3 miles from Tennessee Rock Overlook. Trail is easily accessible from the road, well marked and has nice views.

This trail was lovely! There are a few steep spots but it’s nicely spread apart. There was shade and the view at the top was breathtaking. We missed something at the end of the trail & came out at a different spot. But having the app allowed us to catch it & find our way back.

Nice trail I highly recommend it.

Awesome hike! Lots of variety but it is absolutely not 6.7 miles. It was 8.4 for us, and looking at some of the recordings we were about average. It had recently rained so some parts were muddy but we definitely didn't mind. A few creek crossings with rocks you can step on, beautiful falls, great rocks, and lots of variety.

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rocky
1 day ago

Beautiful trail! Not very well marked but this app made it easy to stay on track. There are a few steep areas to climb and some rocky places but overall well worth it.

It was raining really hard for the last few days so parts of the trail were flooded, that was expected. We did the North Rim and the South Rim two separate days. North Rim had the amazing views, great trail. Pretty straightforward since it veers off the interpretive center. The steps to the suspension bridge was a breeze going down, 350+ steps, but def a challenge getting back up. It’s worth it! The views were just something else! We had 3 kids with us and a dog, no dogs allowed on the trail to the bridge. That’s why we have to go back another day. South Rim had overgrown vegetation/trees, you can’t really see much from the overlooks. They could have done a better job also with getting to the trail since the start of the trail is crossing over the bridge off the highway with fast cars and 18 wheelers passing by. It was kind of scary with little kids in tow. The interpretive center was close of course and all the water fountains and such, so pack up!

I would definitely recommend this trail! There are multiple look out points towards the top of blood mountain. The blood mountain shelter is at the top.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

Incredible trail! It took me just over 6 hours and I was moving at a fairly strong pace. You should definitely be in good shape for this one due to the elevation changes. Gorgeous views (I thought so even in May). I highly recommend this trail for the experienced hiker.

This place was beautiful... we did the entire hike down then back up. Way way too many stairs. I recommend doing it once but I will not be back again. Please don’t take dogs. Metal wire stairs likely hurt their feet.

a tough but rewarding hike to the falls. pretty busy around the pond, lots of folks fishing. but not too crowded on a Friday evening before sunset along the trail. passed maybe 4 families and a few couples. the trail was a bit slippery around the pond. can catch a mist off the waterfall, very refreshing. saw a beaver snacking on vegetation on the way down.

It’s called Wolfden Loop, but I didn’t get to fight a single wolf. Its a good trail and my German Shepard Donut loved the creeks and water. If we get wolves in this area, I’ll give you that fifth star “Wolfden” loop.

Moderately difficult trail, a good workout with relatively nice views. a little slippery on wet roots and around the reddish orange sandy clay. muddy in a few spots.

Unicoi State Park & Lodge Unicoi Campground Rd Sautee Nacoochee, GA 30571 United States

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bridge out
bugs
fee
over grown
rocky
1 day ago

hiking
bugs
muddy
1 day ago

We lost count of the many snakes we saw . Beautiful trail !

walking
blowdown
bugs
private property
rocky
1 day ago

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