Providence Canyon - Georgia's Little Grand Canyon
Georgia Traveler explores Providence Canyon State Park in Lumpkin, Georgia. Learn more about Providence Canyon State Park at
GPB’s travel and tourism series, Georgia Traveler, takes you on adventures throughout the State. Co-hosts David Zelski and the Georgia Traveler crew traverse Georgia in search of Food Finds, Getaways, Outdoor Activities, Family Fun and Local Legends.
Cloudland Canyon State Park GA 4K Aerial Footage
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Best Places To Hike In Georgia - Indian Trail Palisades Chattahoochee River National Park
My favorite spot in Atlanta to hike is the Indian Trail Palisades in The Chattahoochee River National Park. Hands down, if you have not been here before, you need to invest two - three hours on this trail. It leads to Rapids, Rocky Cascades, Ruins, Overlooks. Best place to hike in Atlanta, GA Period!
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UPDATE: The daily parking fee is now $5 and the annual fee is $40 for the Chattahoochee River National Parks. To learn more about how to purchase the annual pass, please click the link below:
You can also use the National Parks America The Beautiful Annual pass at any of the Chattahoochee River National Parks. The annual fee is $80 and to learn more about how to purchase the annual pass, please click the link below:
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Panther Creek Falls Trail: hiking to one of North Georgia's most beautiful waterfalls
View our complete Panther Creek Falls trail review for directions, maps and detailed info:
Hike or backpack seven miles, round trip, to the stunning Panther Creek Falls, one of North Georgia’s most popular waterfall hikes. Rocky and rooty, the trail is a scenic adventure, trekking to a series of cascading waterfalls and scaling several steep, towering bluffs to reach the hike’s main attraction: the 40+ foot, tumbling cascades on Panther Creek.
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Atlanta was ranked as the 7th most visited city in the United States, with 35 million visitors per year in 2010. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is the busiest airport in the world. Atlanta is one of two cities in the world to have housed two Nobel Peace Prize winners - Martin Luther King Jr. and President Jimmy Carter. Atlanta has the second-most shopping center space in the United States.
Here are some of the best attractions in Atlanta:
Six Flags - You should try the Acrophobia - the only drop tower of its kind in the United States. The combination of the tilt, riding position, and rotating views makes for a unique experience.
World of Coca Cola - With over 100 Coke flavors, visitors are taken on a trip around the world in the tasting area for free.
Georgia Aquarium - More than 2 million people visit the aquarium each year. Visitors from 150 countries and all 50 U.S. states have stopped at the aquarium.
CNN STUDIO - You will witness the action inside Studio 7, the largest studio CNN has ever built anywhere in the world.
Center for Civil and Human Rights - This is the perfect avenue to start your exploration of Atlanta's precious past. It highlights Atlanta's role in the civil rights movement like no other.
Ride the MARTA trains - It is your direct route for all flights in and out of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
Olympic Park fountains - It serves as Georgia's lasting legacy of the Centennial Olympic Games, and it anchors efforts to revitalize residential and commercial development Atlanta.
The College Football Hall of Fame - It was established in 1951 to immortalize the greatest players and coaches as positive role models for future generations.
Pine Mountain Georgia - It serves as the gateway to Callaway Gardens. Visitors can experience Georgia's largest State Park, Pine Mountain Antiques Mall, Animal Safari, and a plenty of recreational attractions.
Hampton Georgia - There are many historic homes and oak lined streets in the area. Annual events include the Yellow Pollen Street Festival, the Bear Creek Festival, and Georgia National Fair.
Rome, Georgia - Home of Hot Air Balloons. It offers balloon rides, tons of craft vendors, rides for the kids, aerial stunts by Tiger Flight and beautiful airplanes on display from the Museum of Flight.
Macon is a city in Georgia with diverse cultures, beautiful architecture, music heritage and thriving arts and educational opportunities. It is located 1.25 hours South of Atlanta at the crossroads of two major interstate highways, I-75 (north-south) and I-16 (east-west).
Here some of the best attractions in the area:
Ocmulgee National Monument - This park is a prehistoric American Indian site. American Indians first came here during the Paleo-Indian period hunting Ice Age mammals.
Johnston–Felton–Hay House - One of Georgia’s most historic houses and distinguished structures, It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974.
Central City Park - This was Macon’s first public park. Home to Luther Williams Field, the heart of Cherry Blossom Festival event, and the original home of the Georgia State Fair.
Rose Hill Cemetery - It is part of a self-guided walking tour of Macon and is the site of the semi-annual Rose Hill Ramble sponsored by the Middle Georgia Historical Society.
St. Joseph Catholic Church - The interior features 60 stained glass windows which depicts the story of Salvation, a white Carrara marble altar and pulpit, and an organ with 1,000 pipes.
Tiny House and Skoolie Festival - Home of the 4th Annual 2019 Georgia Tiny House Festival.
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Visiting Anna Ruby Falls, Waterfall in Georgia, United States - Best Waterfall
Visiting Anna Ruby Falls, Waterfall in Georgia, United States - Best Waterfall.
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Blood Mountain Hike On The Appalachian Trail In North Georgia
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Blood Mountain is the highest peak on the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail and the sixth-tallest mountain in Georgia, with an elevation of 4,458 feet (1,359 m). It is located on the border of Lumpkin County with Union County and is within the boundaries of the Chattahoochee National Forest and the Blood Mountain Wilderness. There are several waterfalls, hiking trails and other recreational areas in the vicinity.
Two Indian tribes resided in North Georgia in the 16th century. By the late 17th century the Cherokee and Creek began to compete for resources and fought a battle on the mountain near Slaughter Gap. The Creek lost, ceding Blood Mountain to the Cherokee, who considered it a holy place. Archaeological evidence has been discovered that tends to back the story of the battle, but the date of the battle and its participants are still hotly disputed.
There are various theories on the origin of the mountain's name. Some believe that the name of the mountain comes from a bloody battle between the Cherokee and Creek Indians. Some people believe that it got its name based on all the lichen and Catawba growing near the summit.
The mountain drew media attention in January 2008 when 24-year-old hiker Meredith Emerson went missing from a nearby trail. Her body was later recovered some distance away. Authorities arrested Gary Hilton on charges of murdering Emerson. On January 31 Hilton pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison.
Hiking and Recreation
This peak has scenic views from the large rock formations that top the mountain. There is a hiker's shelter at the top of the mountain maintained by the Georgia Appalachian Trail Club, and at the bottom of the eastern side of the mountain is a hostel and store (at Neel Gap, where the Appalachian Trail intersects U.S. Highway 19/129) at the Walasi-Yi Interpretive Center. The summit shelter is a two-room stone cabin which was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1934 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in January 2013. The Walasi-Yi Center started out as log cabin constructed in the early 20th century by a logging company. It was renovated and expanded by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1933-38 into a larger stone building. The Center now houses a store; its breezeway is the only place the Appalachian Trail passes through a man-made structure.
There is a short (2 mile) but steep (1,800 foot elevation gain) approach trail to the top of the mountain from a parking area to the immediate north of the Walasi-Yi Center. This hike affords spectacular views as one approaches the summit but the final 1.5 miles (2.4 km), past the Flatrock Gap intersection with the Byron Reece Trail, is fraught with switchbacks. It is perhaps the most hiked segment of the Appalachian Trail in Georgia. Another approach is from the other side at Lake Winfield Scott via the Slaughter Creek Trail. This approach, which is easier to hike, has excellent campsites and abundant sources of treatable water.
Adjacent to the mountain are several boulderfields and stands of northern hardwoods and large buckeyes. Portions of the area were previously logged and now sport fast-growing tulip poplar.
Near Blood Mountain are DeSoto Falls Scenic Recreation Area and campground, Vogel State Park and Sosebee Cove Scenic Area. All are accessible from Blood Mountain by trail and road.
The Lodge - Blue Ridge Mountain Rentals
This spectacular beautiful NEW log home was designed for vacationers with luxury in mind, and it is truly the perfect mountain vacation retreat!
The main level of this magnificent custom-built log home is accessed via a few steps onto one of the two covered decks at the rear of the home. There is one covered deck off of the laundry room and one 900 square foot deck off of the kitchen and dining area. This deck features a slate floor with a cathedral ceiling rising to a 25-foot high peak. The covered deck also wraps around the entire front of the home with full panoramic mountain views.
The spacious, fully-equipped kitchen at the west end of the home boasts a large island with a 6-burner gas cooktop and beautiful granite countertops, plenty of additional granite counter space, an abundance of cabinets - all custom built, and stainless steel appliances - with great views of the surrounding mountain ranges. Adjacent to the kitchen is a large dining area with convenient access to the huge covered patio which is perfect for outdoor dining rain or shine.
Both the kitchen or dining room open into the great room with 25-foot high cathedral ceiling with windows from floor to peak facing the wonderful panoramic mountain views. This room features a 18-inch diameter post and beam architecture, a large stone gas-log fireplace, leather sofas, and a 50-inch plasma TV.
Off the living room are staircases up and down and a hallway to the east end. Off the hallway are a master suite with king bed, 32-inch TV, deck access, and private bathroom with large tiled shower, unique granite topped vainty, and heated tile floors; a large laundry room with front-loading washer and dryer, utility sink with granite top, and deck access; a full bathroom with granite top and a tub/shower combo; a bedroom with queen bed, 32-inch TV, wonderful mountain views, and deck access; and a master suite with king bed, 32-inch TV, great mountain views, deck access, and a large private bathroom with heated tile floors, granite counters, jetted tub, and separate tiled shower with body sprayer.
Upstairs is a large loft with two 42-inch TV's, a sitting area in the center overlooking the living room and a card game table; a bedroom with 2 twin beds with twin trundles and 32-inch TV, a bedroom with king bed, 32-inch TV and great mountain views, a full bathroom with tub/shower combo on the east end; and a spacious master suite with king bed, 32-inch TV, 15-foot high vaulted ceiling, and a luxurious bathroom with large jetted tub, separate tiled shower with body sprayer, heated tile floors and wonderful mountain views on the west end.
Downstairs is a 600 square-foot garage, a gameroom with a pool table and dome hockey table, a half bathroom, a full wet-bar with full-size refridgerator, microwave, dishwasher, wine chiller, sink and granite countertops, a theater with a 10-foot screen, 7.1 surround sound with butt-kicker, and 7 leather recliner theater seats, an exercise room with an elliptical trainer & recumbent bike, a steam room with ceiling shower, a sauna, and an indoor swimming pool with a swim-spa resistance feature with a separate hot tub.
The Lodge is perfectly located on 10 acres just 2 miles from Boone shopping and dining, 8 minutes to ASU, 12 minutes to Boone Golf Club, 15 minutes to Tweetsie and the Blue Ridge Parkway, 20 minutes to Appalachian Ski Resort and Downtown Blowing Rock, 25 minutes to Hawksnest Snow Tubing and Zip Lines, 30 minutes to Sugar Mountain Ski Resort, 45 minutes to Ski Beech, and convenient to all other local attractions.
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Blue Ridge Mountain Rentals offers over 175 of the best North Carolina mountain cabin rentals. Choose from Blowing Rock cabin rentals, Boone cabin rentals, and other Blue Ridge cabin rentals. All of our North Carolina mountain cabin rentals are located in the vicinity of Boone and Blowing Rock, and many feature hot tubs, pool tables and spectacular mountain views!
If you have any questions or are interested in any of our Boone cabin rentals, Blowing Rock cabin rentals, Blue Ridge cabin rentals, or other vacation rental properties please contact us at (800) 237-7975, e-mail us at Info@BlueRidgeRentals.com
Lover's Leap in HD - Stone Mountain Park Georgia
Video taken from the trail looking up at Lover's Leap Falls at Stone Mountain Park, Lookout Mountain Georgia.
Chestnut Oak Cabin Rental - www.vacationrentalschattanooga.com
Relax on the front porch after a fun filled day of sightseeing in Chattanooga. Located on Lookout Mountain. you will be minutes from the famous Canyon Grill and Cloudland Canyon Park, as well as Hang gliding, Rock City, Ruby Falls, Point Park, Lula Lake and Covenant College. This great cabin offer full kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and central heat and air for your year round comfort.
Features 2 king beds in the two upstairs bedrooms and a queen downstairs. The front porch has some new rockers and a glider. There is a dvd/blue ray player hooked up to the flat screen (40)
Visit us at vacationrentalsofchattanooga.com or call: Phone (423) 886-6130 for reservations