Paddle Down The Etowah River During Georgia’s Fall Foliage Season For A Natural Experience Like No Other

While it’s true that Georgia fall foliage can be seen either driving, hiking, or zip-lining through the state, there is another way to see this natural beauty altogether…paddling! Paddle down the Etowah River during Georgia’s fall foliage season and get ready for a mix of brilliance at every turn. The Etowah River is a marvel unto itself, but throw in the changing of the leaves into your trek and you have yourself a crisp afternoon you’ll never forget.

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Have you ever been to the Etowah River before? Did you know that there is an underground river mine you can paddle through? It’s a marvel that many paddlers don’t even know exists in Georgia. Also, to learn more about the Etowah River Trail, visit the website here.

Address: Etowah River, Georgia, USA