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Good little trail. I also clocked my GPS at closer to 7.5 miles. The trailhead was easy to find; the hike back is much more enjoyable as it is truly a hiking trail and not the dirt road you hike in on. Made it to the bridge at about 10:30am on a Saturday and we had the place to ourselves. Maybe it was the cold weather.

This easy trail itself isn’t anything “spectacular” though it offers views such as building ruins and plenty for the moss tree lover, as well swampy areas. The entry gate and main driving path with the hundreds of moss trees along the path is stunning and worthy of a photo op, but the hike that follows is “good” not “amazing.”

20 hours ago

Easy trail with tons of lake access. Side trails with access to lake that are off the main path. Great for bringing fishing pole

21 hours ago

Great trail, depending on the time of the day and season you will find yourself alone in the wilderness and that to me is amazing. The oxygen that is produced by the trees and plants is absolutely wonderful. I recommend getting to the waterfall and fill your lungs with the filtered air! My dog had a blast as well!

21 hours ago

Very nice trail. Nice that you face bikers to avoid any issues.

Aesthetically pretty views galore! There are multiple viewing decks around the perimeter that actually offer unique and clear views of the canyons. Ironically the best views are visible from the decks near the parking lot areas meaning you can come for a quick photo op, and skip the hike if you want. The hike itself is fairly easy, though it does get muddy in several areas (expect your shoes soles to look orange afterwards). There are multiple benches for rest along the trek if needed, and the signposts along the hikes are clear and concise. Would be difficult to get lost frankly, and I didn’t find the downloaded maps too useful since the paths are quite evident. Decent amount of visitors as well, so not exactly a secret type of place.

21 hours ago

This is a very well maintained, mostly flat loop trail in Dellinger Park. There are a couple of paved hills you can choose to climb if you want to, otherwise you can take the flat route. You'll get to see deer, geese, and lots and lots of squirrels. This is a great trail for fitness walking, running, or just strolling with the family. This trail connects to the Etowah River Walk. If you take the entire Dellinger Park loop it's roughly three miles. It's a great place to stretch your legs and condition to build up stamina.

22 hours ago

casual walk today

23 hours ago

Lake side access with beach coves. Nice cover.

Easy out and back trail. Right now some trees are bare while some still have color, so it’s cool to be able to see through the trees to what’s below. Trail was easy to follow despite the amount of leaves on the ground.

Absolutely LOVED this trail. Waterfalls all along the way, awesome spots to tent camp, and amazing photography opportunities. The waterfall at the end is totally worth it.

1 day ago

Trekking pole kinda hike. It is a great workout and would be considered hard. Great photo opportunities.

This was a very easy open trail through the park. The trail was open and flat, the highlight was the wildlife. You could see deer, gators, turkeys, and more!

Lots of fun exploring. They had cheap rentals for boats and we traveled through the whole park, including having lunch at one of the shelters. Saw a ton of gators, otters, and birds

I enjoyed this easy 2 mile trail. It was well marked except for a couple areas. The woodsy section was wide, with gentle hills.

Nice short hike through the woods. Extended by walking side walk. Trail head is a little difficult to locate. It is not off Old Atlanta road. It is behind the rev center off Nicols Rd.

Very Rocky. Needs some maintenance. We had to either climb over or under four trees that had fallen across the trail.

The trail to the Rock Shelter is off the GEHC Stream Ecology Trail, near the North Pavilion. This recording measures distance to the Rock Shelter from the Stream Ecology trailhead and not round-trip.

great area for a short, easy hike with River overlooks.

off trail
2 days ago

This entire park is amazing. It’s is one of my favorites in the nation. BE READY FOR LOTS OF STAIRS.

2 days ago

Awesome trail and completely removed from mankind near the river.. for running it can be a bit sketch with the small rock scramble everywhere

Great trail close to our home! We hiked the entire 7.9 miles & it was mostly an easy trail that is well marked. Unfortunately, the falls were bone dry due to the drought, so we’ll just have to go back!

well maintained trails. such a peaceful place. 3 different trails that are all connected. Saw a Falcon with a squirrel in it's talons flying by my side as I was running. Pretty cool.

I hiked this trail on 11-8-19. Overall it was a good hike. Great for beginners. One or two places that could be a little difficult for a beginner, but not too bad. There is a creek that you have to cross a few times but it isn’t deep or wide. It is located on the campus of Toccoa Falls College. The trailhead is not marked, it is behind the cultural center.

This trail is right at 6 miles round trip but definitely worth it. The terrain does get slightly tricky at times. You have a lot of nature’s staircases; roots and rocks. Just give yourself enough time to take breaks if you are not an avid hiker. It took us about 3 1/2 hours to hike and that was with a good bit of sight seeing. There are ALOT of photo ops all the way to the top. Absolutely beautiful from start to finish.

Great hike - no other people until the top! If there once were trees down on the trail, there are zero now. My track said 8.8 miles total. It is a long gravel road to the parking area, but the hike is worth it.

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