With the temperatures slowly creeping up to tolerable levels, and the imminent threat of any blizzards slowly subsiding, it is officially time to start planning your Georgia activities for the spring. One activity that you need to add to the top of your list, is the ever impressive Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail, also known as “The Pocket” of Pigeon Mountain. Often frequented from March to April for full-bloom potential, this wildflower trail is the type of trail that dreams are made of. Take a look at some of these insanely stunning wildflowers you’ll see along this hike.

Thanks to YouTuber natureflixs1, we have a serene look into what exploring “The Pocket” is really about:


If you’re interested in checking out this popular wildflower trail, then head over to the Crockford-Pigeon Mountain Wildlife Management area:

Pocket Rd, Chickamauga, GA 30707

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