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When you feel the pull of the outdoors, don’t overlook the obvious choice: Georgia’s 63 state parks and historic sites cover incredibly diverse terrain, from North America’s largest blackwater swamp to one of the world’s great mountain ranges. Here are a few of our favorite places to explore, especially when the leaves start to turn.
From yoga and pho to rock climbing and bagels, here are a few ideas for dates that go a little beyond the literal implications of Netflix and chill.
Even if—like most folks—you’re not inclined to hike the AT all the way to Maine, you can still get a taste of the glory at the trail’s southern terminus at the top of Georgia’s Springer Mountain.
Reserve one of the 10 canvas-topped yurts and you can immerse yourself in nature while remaining cozy as a bug.
Tired of shoehorning your way down the Atlanta BeltLine? Escape the crowds at three more peaceful pathways.
In the recently released second edition of Afoot & Afield: Atlanta, writer and outdoorsman Marcus Woolf guides readers through 108 of the region’s trails, offering GPS coordinates and historical background on each one. We asked Woolf for three of his favorites in the metro area.