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What a great retreat for an overnight hiatus. Great trail, views, food and folks. I highly recommend this lodge. We have been 4 times and see something new every time! Pack light as the rustic rooms are small but don't forget the sweater for these...More
My wife and I greatly enjoyed our trip! Here are some tips for your trip: First stop is the Amicalola Falls Visitor Center. You must be there by 2pm to check in. That’s partly because the five mile hike will take you 1.5 to 4...More
If you are willing to hike a gentle 5 miles, you will be rewarded by staying at the Hike Inn an ecolodge surrounded by a forest sitting at the foot on the Appalachian trail. The food is served family style and the sleeping quarters consist...More
Such a great place to seriously get away with a no cell phone policy. Don't bring anything you don't want to carry back with you. Conservation efforts, only bring in what you're going to take out. Love the, "The hike is the only way inn"...More
My family, me my husband,and 9 year old daughter,hiked in this week. Cool weather and no blooms yet. Snakes are not out yet so yay! Dinner was wonderful and we heard from a couple that hiked thru the AT after dinner. We all enjoyed the...More
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No,although you have to hike upwards you are in the middle of the forest with no steep drop offs. You will come to some areas on the ridge that allow you expansive views that allow you to even see the Atlanta skyline on... More
No,although you have to hike upwards you are in the middle of the forest with no steep drop offs. You will come to some areas on the ridge that allow you expansive views that allow you to even see the Atlanta skyline on clear days. I suppose that open view from up high might trigger some fear of heights.