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0.84 miles

Elevation Gain

59 ft

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Lake Blue Ridge Loop in Georgia is a well-marked trail that spans approximately 0.84 miles. The trail is rated as moderate, making it suitable for hikers with some experience. The path winds around the beautiful Lake Blue Ridge, offering panoramic views of the water. The trail is dotted with several notable landmarks. The Toccoa River Dam, located at the southern end of the lake, is a sight to behold. The trail also passes by the Morganton Point Recreation Area, a popular spot for picnics and swimming. Hikers should be prepared for a few steep inclines and rocky sections along the trail. It's recommended to wear sturdy hiking boots and carry plenty of water. The trail is open year-round, but the best time to visit is in the fall when the surrounding trees display vibrant autumn colors. In summary, Lake Blue Ridge Loop offers a moderate hike with stunning lake views and interesting landmarks. It's a great choice for those looking for a day hike in Georgia.
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