Hiking & Biking
If you enjoy hiking, you are sure to find something that will appeal to you. Consider the ASKA Trails, a 17 mile hiking-mountain biking trail system in the Chattahoochee National Forest near Deep Gap on Aska Road in Blue Ridge with trails that range from 1 mile to 5 ½ miles long and vary in difficulty. Just a short ride from Blue ridge is Ocoee Whitewater Center near Ducktown, Tennessee where you will find 20 miles of scenic hiking/ biking trails. For beginners, you might want to try the Blue Ridge Lake Loop Trail, a short, scenic hike that follows the lake shoreline. In addition, there are numerous other trails that will take you to mountain vistas, or beautiful waterfalls, so you can decide the type of hike/ride that best suits you. The trails are open all year long, so what you see can often depend on the season. The local Chamber of Commerce can provide you with trail maps and information on where to rent mountain bikes locally.
Biking information in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The Aska Trails Area is a 17-mile hiking-mountain biking trail system in the National Forest near Deep Gap on Aska Road in Blue Ridge. Trails range from one to 5.5 miles and vary in difficulty. Trails climb to 3,200 feet with views of mountain ridges and descend to the shores of Lake Blue Ridge. A hiker can expect to hike through forested areas with mature hardwoods and thickets of mountain laurel and rhododendron. Get your exercise while on your north georgia vacation and enjoying the luxury cabin rentals from Nevaeh.
Blue Ridge Outdoor Center is located inside Blue Ridge Mountain Outfitters. They offer a concierge adventure service to make all your arrangements in one place at one time. They have already researched and chosen the best operators with the best venues available. Purchase tickets, reserve times, get directions and be on your way in no time. We are located at 500 East Main Street, Blue Ridge, GA Phone 706-258-3232.
Enjoy great hiking experiences during your stay in our georgia mountain cabin rentals. Great Hiking in Fannin County! View descriptions of the trails and plan out your hiking adventure from the luxury of your cabin.
Georgia’s original site for outdoor adventure! This is a great site for finding hiking or biking trails while staying in the Blue Ridge cabin rentals. This site allows you to search for trails by the area or name. It also tells you where to find lovely scenic waterfalls in north Georgia. Check it out!
Mountain High Hikers -Mountain High Hikers promote and facilitate hiking activities in the Southern Appalachian area and encourage involvement in the maintenance of trails and conservation of forest environments. Mountain High Hikers sponsors several hikes every week to accommodate a variance in hiking skills. Mountain High Hikers – Please register and call before joining the hike. An Annual membership fee of $20.00 is required. 706-897-9538 http://www.mountainhighhikers.orgNear the Cherokee National Forest, the Tanasi Trail system offers 30 miles of fast, flowing singletrack that riders of all levels will savor.
Hiking & Bike Trails, Topo Maps & More – Trails.com is Your Guide to the Outdoors! Planning a day hike, mountain bike ride or backpacking trip? Trails.com has all the information you need to enjoy the outdoors! Trails.com offers more than 44,000 trail maps and descriptions and topo maps of the entire United States! Save, download, print and email as many of our guides and maps as you’d like!
Scenic Drives and Off Road Trails
All around the Blue Ridge cabin rental’s area there are plenty of opportunities for beautiful scenic drives and trails for four wheel drives, motorcycles and ATVs. Below is a collection of links put together to aid those of you who enjoy either going out for a relaxing scenic drive and those of you that want an exciting, thrill filled off road journey into the Blue Ridge Mountains. Have fun and enjoy your stay!
A great place to go four wheeling, Beasley Knob OHV Area is located a few miles east of Blairsville, Georgia in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The OHV area contains 10.6 miles of trails suitable for 4-wheel drive vehicles, ATV’s and motorcycles. Some of the trails are fairly easy, though most of the trails are difficult, with several that are extremely difficult. When the area is damp or wet (such as after a recent rain), the difficulty on all the trails goes up significantly. Wet trails make for extremely slick conditions on these steep trails. Beasley Knob is closed for the winter season from early January through mid or late March. The area may also close briefly during or after strong rains. Call 706-745-6928 for directions or maps.
Check here for updated information on road closings, trail restrictions and wonderful OHV trail systems information for jeep rides and four wheeling as well. Try to keep all four wheels on the ground! Have some fun and get out of your Nevaeh, North Georgia cabin rental for the afternoon before you catch cabin fever!
Davenport Mountain OHV Trails is located 12 miles west of Blairsville, Georgia in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The OHV trail is 5.9 miles in length and is suitable for most ATV’s and motorcycles. The trail loops around Davenport Mountain and is basically a easy trail along the shoreline of Nottely Lake. Although the trail is fairly easy there is a section that is more difficult. This area is closed from January 1 through March 31 for resource protection during the wet and freezing months of the year, when the most impact from use can occur. Please use caution during rainy weather as this can impact the difficulty of the trail. Call 706-745-6928 for directions or maps.
The Ocoee Scenic Byway on Highway 64 in eastern Tennessee’s Polk County was the first designated National Forest Scenic Byway in the United States. This 26 mile two lane road trip connects what’s referred to locally as Upper and Lower Polk County. The Ocoee Scenic Byway is made up of two parts. The first part of the scenic route is along Highway 64. This 19-mile course follows most of the Old Copper Road thru the Ocoee River Gorge then continues along the shores of Ocoee Lake. The second part of the trip is just off Highway 64 on FR77, a 7-miles drive up Chilhowee Mountain will take you to views that can’t be missed.
Surround yourself with beauty in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. This site has all of the scenic drives that you can take from the north Georgia cabin rentals. There are links to maps that you can print to take with you on your journey. There is a great map that lists everything within a 75 mile radius to Blue Ridge. Each season brings new beauty to the area leading travelers back to experience each season.
Popular to tourist is the Southern Highroads Trail. This scenic route across 13 counties in 4 states and offers something for everyone. Stretching across northeast Georgia, western North Carolina, western South Carolina and southeast Tennessee, the 364 mile byway makes a complete circle bringing the traveler back to its original starting point. The trail can be accessed at various points and offers some of the most beautiful scenery the area has to offer. Make Blue Ridge, Georgia and Nevaeh Cabin Rentals your starting or stopping point.
The Tail of the Dragon ride is only minutes away from your North Georgia Blue Ridge cabin rental! This link is the Official Web Site for US129 Deals Gap, Cherohala Skyway, and other incredible roads. TAIL OF THE DRAGON AT DEALS GAP has 318 curves in 11 miles and is America’s number one motorcycle and sports car road. The nearby CHEROHALA SKYWAY is quickly becoming number two with its remote 60 miles of scenic mountain highway. The area also has other incredible roads like the DEVILS TRIANGLE, THE SNAKE and BLOOD MOUNTAIN. Be safe and get ready for the ride of your life!