In the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Fannin County, Georgia, the small town of Blue Ridge is surrounded by forests and wilderness lands. The Chattahoochee National Forest’s 106,000 acres are in Fannin County and 40,000 of Cohutta Wilderness Area’s 95,000 acres are here, too.
Home to wildlife, waterfalls, streams and rivers, these woods beckon hikers, mountain bikers, fishermen, nature lovers and birders. Less than two hours from Atlanta, the woods around Blue Ridge GA offer a respite for the body and mind - a place to relax and recalibrate away from the pressures of everyday life.
Even if you’re not up for hiking the hills or the thrills of mountain biking, the forests will soothe your soul. Watching sunrises and sunsets from the comfort of your North Georgia cabin, you’ll marvel at the magic of these mountains.