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  1. 3 Ways to Enjoy Sweetwater Creek at Sunset

    Just 17 miles west of Atlanta, Sweetwater Creek State Park is a place that's brimming with fascinating history and outdoor opportunities.

  2. 5 Best Hikes for Wildflowers Around Atlanta

    These hikes around Atlanta are perfect for viewing wildflowers and exploring some of the best natural regions in the state.

  3. Backpacking the Fork Mountain Trail Loop

    Located in the Ellicott Rock Wilderness, the Fork Mountain Trail is a 20-mile route that is great for backpacking and camping.

  4. Rock and Rave: The Ultimate Climbers' Party

    For the third year running, the ultimate climbers' party, Rock and Rave, will take place at Atlanta's Stone Summit climbing gym.

  5. How to Enjoy the Beltline, Atlanta’s Most Popular Pedestrian Byway

    Atlanta’s Beltline trail may get crowded, but it offers a unique, traffic-free resource for city dwellers to explore parks and neighborhoods.

  6. 5 Ways to Explore Georgia and Help the Georgia Conservancy

    From paddling weekends to day trips in Atlanta, the Georgia Conservancy offers opportunities to visit the wild places it helps preserve.

  7. 5 Secluded Campsites Near Atlanta

    From remote backpacking trails to secluded campgrounds, here's a guide to some of the best off-the-beaten-path campsites near Atlanta.

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