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6 LGBT-friendly outdoor adventures in Georgia
Gay Hiking groups in Atlanta - Meetup
If you're LGBT and an adventurer at heart, there are numerous options awaiting you for gorgeous hikes in North Georgia, kayaking the Chatahoochee and camping getaways with others in the community. Lace up your hiking boots and get ready for fun with these outdoor offerings just for Atlanta's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities:. Women's Outdoor Network. Nature walks and camping trips fill this LGBT-friendly group's calendar, as well as Country Night at the Heretic and Bocce Scramble when you want something fun to do after hours! They have a 20 year history in Atlanta, helping people have fun and become more active. Wilderness Network of Georgia.
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Hike the Bear Creek Trail through a beautiful, mossy, fern-filled creek valley to the Gennett Poplar, the second largest living tree in Georgia. RATED: 4. Towering old-growth trees shade a beautiful, boulder-lined, densely vegetated creek valley, home to the Gennett Poplar, an old-growth tree of a stunning size, and the second largest living tree in Georgia. This tumbling creek splashes through a lush forest just west of Ellijay, Georgia. With abundant wildflowers, blankets of soft green moss, and a visit to the stately Gennett Poplar tree, the Bear Creek Trail has long been one of our favorite hikes in North Georgia.
Where to begin! Well, I am currently in Hot Springs, NC and this is my first opportunity to connect with the world via the internet. Here are some statistics first: Number of days on the trail: 19 Number of miles hiked: Number of rainy days: 5 the first 5 were nothing but fog and rain! Most miles hiked in one day: 21 Average miles per day: 15 So, am I having fun?