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Go For A Hike! 125+ Hikes PERFECT For Kids & Beginners

Go For A Hike!

Hey travelers –

Let’s talk about the best part of fall. It’s not “pumpkin spice” or haunted houses. It’s not scarecrows or bulky sweaters….it’s hiking!

There is nothing better than hiking in fall. The leaves are right, the weather is right. It’s perfect.

My “must-do” fall hikes in (and beyond) Georgia?

Brasstown Bald is the highest point in Georgia, so the leaves turn colors here first. Make sure you go on a clear day.

Ravencliff Falls get a bad wrap as being too difficult for most hikers…but in truth, only the last 1/4 mile is the hard part…and the hike is worth every second without that small section.

Anna Ruby Falls near Helen is a short and easy hike.

Cataract Falls Trail in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. It’s a short hike with a great waterfall.

Where will you go hiking this Fall?

Lesli and the 365 Family

125+ Hikes PERFECT For Kids & Beginners

We put together an awesome list of 125 hikes under 2-miles. There are waterfalls, parks, hiking trails, and nature trails and you can see all of them…even with kids. Yes, hiking with kids can be challenging but it can be rewarding as well. It is the best socially distanced Covid-friendly fun we’ve found! Click to see the full list.
125+ Hikes for Beginners

Where to Find Fall Colors

Looking for the best in fall foliage? Consider heading to one of the Georgia State Parks. They offer fantastic options for viewing fall leaves. Generally, you’ll see fall color in Georgia starting in October and into early November — but check out our guide for more specifics!
Find Fall Colors

Celebrate Fall in the Mountains

There’s nothing a like a crisp, cool Georgia fall season.  Why not head on up to the mountains and figure it out? Up there, you’ll find sunflowers, apples and pumpkins galore. Not to mention, waterfalls, leaf peeping, and all kinds of family fun!
Fall Fun

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