Brasstown Bald
This steep, paved 0.6 mile trail leads from the parking lot on Brasstown Bald Mountain to the Visitor Information Center at the summit. There are interpretive signs along the trail.
Directions: Take U.S. 19 and 129 south from Blairsville for 8 miles. Turn left (east) onto GA 180 and drive 8 miles; then turn left (north) onto GA 180 Spur and follow it 3 miles to the Brasstown Bald Visitor Center parking lot.
Note: There is a parking fee. The trail begins between the food concession building and the log cabin book store.

Lake Chatuge
This 1.2 mile loop trail encircles Lake Chatuge campground around the lakeshore.
Directions: Take U.S. 76 east from Blairsville for 11 miles. Turn right (south) onto GA 288. Go 1 mile and turn left into the Lake Chatuge Recreation Area. Turn left again into the boat-ramp parking area. The trail begins to the right of the boat ramp.
   
 
Anna Ruby Falls
This 0.4 mile trail is paved but relatively steep. Benches are located along the trail, and two observation decks offer a beautiful view of the twin falls of York and Curtis Creeks.
Directions: Take GA 75 northeast from Helen for 1 mile to Robertstown. Turn right State Park. Follow signs for 3.5 miles to parking area.
Note: A parking fee is charged to access the Anna Ruby Falls area. The trail can be accessed from the parking lot.

Dukes Creek
This 0.8 mile trail winds its way into Dukes Creek Gorge where it dead ends across from the 300-foot Dukes Creek Falls.
Directions: Take GA 75 north from Helen for 1.5 miles. Turn left on GA 356 (75 Alternate) and go 2.3 miles to the Russell/Brasstown Scenic Byway. Turn right, and go 2 miles to the Dukes Creek Falls Parking Area.
 
   
Raven Cliffs
This 2.5 mile trail is in the Raven Cliffs Wilderness Area. The trail follows cascading Dodd Creek upstream to the cliffs.
Directions: Take GA 75 north from Helen for 1.5 miles. Turn left on GA 356 (75 Alternate) and travel 2.3 miles to the Russell/Brasstown Scenic Byway. Turn right and travel to mile marker 3. Trailhead is where Dukes Creek runs under the scenic highway. Parking is along the road.