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Georgia National Recreation Trails

The newest NRTs in Georgia:


NRTBrowse all National Recreation Trails in Georgia: There are 624.90 miles of NRTs in Georgia and 23 trails!

Visit Georgia's "Featured" National Recreational Trails for the most recently designated trail(s)

Visit the National Recreation Trails website to learn more about the NRT program and access over 1,200 NRTs from across the country

Georgia Bicycling and Mountain Biking

 

Georgia Equestrian Trails

 

    Back Country Horsemen of North Georgia is dedicated to the gentle use, protection and preservation of Georgia's Trails and Back Country: http://www.bchng.org/

    Blue Ridge Horseback Riding covers areas and stables in NC, VA, WV, and GA: www.blueridgeonline.com/Horses.htm

    Chattahoochee Trail Horse Association works to create a network of interconnecting horse trails across the Chattahoochee National Forest: http://www.ride-ctha.org/

    Georgia Horse Council has information on trails as well as other equestrian information: www.georgiahorsecouncil.com/

    Southern Trailriders Association promotes and develops public equestrian trails and related facilities throughout the South: www.southerntrailriders.org/

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Georgia Greenways and Community Trails

 

Georgia Hiking Trails

 

    Georgia Appalachian Trail Club was organized in 1930 and manages and maintains the Appalachian Trail in Georgia: www.georgia-atclub.org

    Georgia Trails.com has descriptions and articles on "Walking, Hiking, Backpacking and Driving Trails of Georgia:" http://georgiatrails.com/

    Pine Mountain Trail is located in Harris and Meriwether counties of west central Georgia north of Columbus in FDR State Park: www.pinemountaintrail.org/

    American Volkssport Association hosts year-round walking events; search by state

Georgia Long-Distance Trails

 

    Appalachian Trail Conservancy provides resources and stewardship for the trail: www.appalachiantrail.org/

    The planned 273-mile Benton MacKaye Trail, who inspired the creation of the Appalachian Trail, will extend from Springer Mountain, GA, through Cherokee National Forest in TN and the Great Smoky Mountains N. P. in NC to rejoin the Appalachian Trail: www.bmta.org/

    Georgia Pinhoti Trail is a 222-mile system to connect the Alabama Pinhoti Trail to the Appalachian Trail via the Benton MacKaye Trail: www.georgiapinhoti.org/index.shtml

    Great Eastern Trail plans to link existing trails alongthe Appalachian Mountains from Alabama to the Finger Lakes Trail in New York: www.greateasterntrail.net/

    Georgia Appalachian Trail Club home page: www.georgia-atclub.org/

Georgia Off-Highway Vehicle Trails

 

Georgia Rail Trails and Canal Trails

 

Georgia Snow Trails

 

Georgia Waterway and Boating Trails

 

 

Georgia Statewide Advocacy and Resources

 

Georgia State Trails Program

 

Georgia Outdoor Recreation

 

 

 

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