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Atlanta Single Hikers
Atlanta Single Hikers (ASH) is a group of individuals (18 years and older) of various backgrounds who share a common interest - a love of the outdoors in general and hiking in particular. ASH was started in 1995 and welcomes anyone 18 or older and unmarried who wants to enjoy the thrill of the outdoors! Most of the people in the group range in age from the 30's to 50's. We have lots of day hikes, socials, backpacking and camping trips, dinners, canoeing, and other events. We have at least one event every weekend and average two or three events a week (mostly on the weekend). There is no membership fee; we just pay for costs we incur, such as gas, parking fees, etc. Joining ASH is simple - just show up! To go on an activity, just contact the event leader listed in the weekly email or this site to RSVP, if requested. Usually, you can just show up and go. To get on the ASH email list, simply send a request to Pete Sadel at pizzadel@atlantasinglehikers.com.

Cherokee Hiking Club
We are a hiking club centered in the Cleveland area of Southeast Tennessee. Most of our hikes are into the Cherokee National Forest, though we also take hikes into the Nantahala National Forest, the Smokies, and onto the Cumberland Plateau. Our hikes average 5-12 miles in distance with difficulty levels of easy to difficult. Most hikes occur on weekends.

Georgia Adventurers Group
Between sunsets and sunrises, Nature is a very beautiful place to explore. Every creature has its habitat, every wind that blows through the forest has its own path, and every stream delicately follows its own stream bed. It’s all just like you and I, we all have to find our own niche in the outdoors.
There are 100’s of trails within the vicinity of the state of Georgia. And many years before Georgia had roads, it was laced with Indian paths. There is so much heritage in everything you explore in Georgia, the lakes, rivers, mountains, cliffs, all have a story to tell.
When the Georgia Adventurers Group take to the trails, we’re on a mission to explore. We’re not just a club of “trail runners" or “exercisers," we’re out there to learn too! Want to KNOW what that flower is? that bug? that tree? that rock? that bird? Bring a Guide Book and learn with us.

 

Georgia Chapter Sierra Club
GA Sierra Club: Join us for Hiking, Backpacking, Trekking, Outings, and Outdoor Activities with groups in Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta, North Georgia, LaGrange, Cobb, Cherokee, Gwinnett, and the rest of Georgia.

Hiwassee Hiking Club
We are a hiking club centered around Athens in Southeast Tennessee. Our hikes generally occur on weekends and average 5-12 miles in length. Difficulty rating ranges from easy to difficult. Most hikes occur in the Cherokee National Forest but some are in the Nantahala National Forest, the Smokies, or the Cumberland Plateau. Most hikes are on the weekend.

Mountain High Hikers
The mission of the Mountain High Hikers is to promote and facilitate hiking activities in the Southern Appalachian area and encourage involvement in the maintenance of trails and conservation of forest environments. Most members live in Towns, Union, and Fannin counties in Georgia, and Clay and Cherokee counties in North Carolina. Most are full time residents, but some only come up for a few weeks a year. Mountain High Hikers sponsors several hikes every week to accommodate a variance in hiking skills. Prospective members and guests are invited to hike with us. Guidelines allow for 3 guest hikes before joining. Prospective members should attend a short hike first to determine which hiking level will work best. For further information, please review the Hiking Guidelines and Hike Calendar on this website.

North Georgia Mountain Outfitters
We have a hiking/backpacking group that is free of charge to anyone who wants to attend.  We have an email we send out about upcoming hikes as well as listing them on our website.  Call, stop by (We are available Mon, Thu, Fri 10am to 7pm...Sat 9-6 and Sun 12-6pm), or send an email!  Happy Hiking!

Outdoor Club South - Atlanta Chapter
Outdoor Club South - Athens Chapter
OUTDOOR CLUB SOUTH is the largest, most active & fun outdoor club in the South! Our members love to hike, bike, & paddle throughout the beautiful South and beyond. Our members are fun, friendly, and active! We have a wide variety of events for all ages and experience levels. Are you ready to explore the beautiful South and make new friends? Join Us on an outdoor adventure soon!

Pine Mountain Trail Association
The Pine Mountain Trail is a hiking/backpacking trail located within FDR State Park near Pine Mountain, Ga.  FDR is about an hour SW of Atlanta just east off I-185, or about 30 minutes north of Columbus.  The PMT has a main trail of 23 miles and connecting loops which give a total of over 40 miles of hiking. There are several road crossing and several paved parking areas at trailheads. The Pine Mountain ridge is much like North Georgia with lots of hardwoods, waterfalls, and heavy rock outcropping. The PMT has 12 designated backcountry/backpacking campsites.  The Pine Mountain Trail Association is a nearly 400 member volunteer group who built and maintains the trails and leads monthly hikes. They also maintain an extensive information website at www.pinemountaintrail.org. The site has directions and maps, and complete information about the trails and a calendar of events. Photos on the RECENT HIKES, WORKDAYS, and Photo Gallery section show highlights of the trail.

Sequoyah Hiking Club
We are a hiking club centered around Madisonville in the Southeast Tennessee area. Our hikes are generally short, averaging around 5 miles, and are easy to moderate in difficulty. Most hikes are in the Cherokee National Forest with some hikes in the Smokies or other areas. Most hikes occur on weekdays, usually Monday or Wednesday.

Singles Outdoor Adventures
Singles Outdoor Adventures is an independent, nonprofit group for single adults, age 35 and above, providing opportunities for hiking, camping, canoeing, bicycling, and other social activities.  Dues are only $25.00 a year.  An annual winter party, summer picnic, and various activities every weekend.

 
 
 
 
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