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Step into nature, embark on a memorable journey, and discover the beauty of Georgia's mountains


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Hike the scenic Trahlyta Lake Trail at Vogel State Park, following the shore of the beautiful mountain lake to the stunning cascades of Trahlyta Falls and iconic views of Blood Mountain.

Two gorgeous waterfalls. A beautiful forest filled with tumbling creeks and gnarly, leathery-leafed rhododendron. And, legend holds, the site where a piece of armor was found, thought to be from the epic expedition of explorer Hernando de Soto in the mid 1500s. DeSoto Falls is well worth the visit.

Raven Cliff Trailhead is in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The rock wall up there is usually iced over in the winter making it even more impressive. On pretty days, during peak seasons, it gets filled up quickly.

Helton Creek Falls cascades in the set of two waterfalls, sliding down in tendrills through a beautiful, hemlock-filled creek valley. The trail to thesee gorgeous waterfalls isn't a long hike - in fact, the trail's extremely short distance qualifies it as more of a short walk in the woods.


Located within the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, the Brasstown Bald Recreation Area and Visitor Center is the highest point in Georgia, rising 4,784 feet above sea level and just a short drive from Blairsville, Hiawassee, and Helen.

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Climb to new heights with the challenge of Blood Mountain in Georgia! This majestic mountain is the highest peak on the Appalachian Trail, offering stunning views and an unforgettable adventure. Hike through lush forests and up steep inclines to reach the summit, where you'll be rewarded with panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness. Whether you're a seasoned hiker or a nature enthusiast, Blood Mountain is a must-visit destination that will leave you feeling accomplished and inspired. Come experience the thrill of climbing the Blood Mountain in Georgia!

Wolf Laurel Trail. Get to know this 4.3 mile out-and-back trail near Blairsville, Georgia. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 2h 33 min to complete. This is a very popular area for hiking, so you will likely encounter other people while exploring. The trail is open year-around and is beautiful to visit anytime. 

Discover the beauty of the Coosa Trail in Georgia. This scenic trail offers a unique and exciting outdoor adventure through the heart of the Appalachian Mountains. Immerse yourself in nature as you hike through rolling hills and lush forests, taking in the stunning views and breathtaking landscapes along the way. 

Coosa Trail is considered somewhat challenging, with an average of 71/2 hours to complete.  But if you are looking to build your hiking muscles, the Coosa Trail is perfect for you.


Escape to the tranquil beauty of the Nottely Lake Trail. This short stunning trail takes you on a journey along the shores of the Nottely Lake, surrounded by lush greenery and breathtaking scenery. It takes approximately one hour to complete. If you are looking for a peaceful nature walk, this trail is for you. You're sure to leave with unforgettable memories. Come and explore the Nottely Lake Trail in Blairsville Georgia. 


Odom Springs Vineyards is a family-owned estate winery located in the lush rolling hills of North Georgia. The vineyards forming Odom Springs Vineyards are located in Blairsville.

Savor the flavors of the North Georgia Mountains at Crane Creek Winery in Young Harris. Indulge in a selection of handcrafted wines. From crisp whites to full-bodies reds, there is something for everyone. Whether you are a wine aficionado or just looking for a relaxing day in the mountains. 

Jack"Mimm" McClure (1/25/1914-06/26/1969) was an American Appalachian moonshiner and local philanthropist from Young Harris, GA. Local stories abound in the mountains of McClure's quality bootleg spirits, his charitable giving, and his self delivered justice of those who crossed him. He is also reputed to have been behind the rise of a few notable Georgia politicians of his time.

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Interwoven in the hills, you will find the smaller vineyards and boutique farm winery where production of Georgia grown grapes occurs.


  • While Blairsville is a small town, its visitors will find everything they need and more. It has one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the mountains of Georgia. In addition, it is the house of one of the most impressive landmarks, like Brasstown Bald, the highest elevation in the State of Georgia and from which you can see three states across the horizon, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

  • If you like the outdoors and like taking walks, then rest assured that there is no shortage of walking trails, and if you like hiking, you will find trails from the easiest to the toughest. The most famous trail in the area is the Appalachian Trail. Accessible from several locations within Union County, the AT winds 80 miles through the Chattahoochee National Forest.

  • There are festivals of all kinds yearly (there is always something to celebrate in mountain life). 

  • Its strategic location makes it the perfect gateway. Blairsville seats in the middle of Blue Ridge and Helen. It is also less than 45  minutes away from Murphy, NC.

  • If you give it a chance, Blairsville will not disappoint you. 

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