It’s almost a rite of passage for Georgians to hit the trails and starting hiking once the temperatures begin to drop in the autumn months. There is nothing quite like sliding on some wool socks, strapping on some hiking boots, and feeling the cool air as you trek through nature. There is something about hiking in Georgia in the fall that just feels right. Maybe it’s the fresh air. Maybe it’s the enchantment of changing leaves. Whatever it is, it feels good—and we have 8 hiking spots that’ll give you all the fall feels, too.

Do you have any more state parks in Georgia that are worthy of an autumn adventure? Share with us in the comments section!

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