Kayak Through This Unique Abandoned Mine Tunnel In Georgia
Georgia is filled with outdoor adventures for the whole family, from the stunning waterfall hikes to nighttime swamp tours. But this particular adventure in Georgia might just be the end-all-be-all in terms of nature, excitement, and adrenaline-pumping fun. If you’re brave enough to tackle this underground river and can find adventure in kayaking through an abandoned mine, then this river run is for you. Kayaking an abandoned mine tunnel in Georgia may just be the most exciting thing you do all year!
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Thanks to YouTuber subproject43 for the entire video of what to expect from the Etowah River Mine Tunnel in Georgia. Now you know what to be prepared for!
For more information about the Etowah River Trail, visit the website. Have you kayaked the underground river through this abounded mine tunnel in Georgia already? What did you think? Was it amazing? Share with us your experience in the comments section!
What’s the best time of year to go kayaking in Georgia?
The spring, summer, and early fall are the best times to go kayaking in Georgia. If you find a great, shady river trail, it’s a wonderful way to beat the summer’s heat and stay cool on the water while exploring Georgia’s natural beauty.
Where are the best places to kayak in Georgia?
There are tons of great rivers to enjoy kayaking in Georgia. You can choose calm ones, or even ones with white water rapids. There are also calm and clear lakes, and even coastal waterways that are fun to explore on your kayak.
A New Jersey native with over 15 years of writing experience, Marisa has studied at both New York University and Florida International University. She has lived all over the country, including a decade stint in South Florida. Marisa is well-versed in exploration as she travels a good majority of the year in her self-converted Sprinter van. Her articles have been featured in various notable publications over the years, she has a published collection of short stories, and three completed screenplays under her belt.
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