Providence Canyon State Park

Providence Canyon State Park

Providence Canyon State Park offers over ten miles of hiking trails that offer scenic views unlike any other place in Georgia. The park contains the Providence Canyon, also called Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon”. In fact, it is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. Directions Providence Canyon State Park is about 50 minutes south of Columbus GA. Providence Canyon State Park is located seven miles west of Lumpkin, GA Gear For This Park The climate in Columbus is warm and temperate with great rainfall even in the driest month. So, bring hiking rain jacket with good…

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Fall Line Trace

Fall Line Trace

The Columbus Fall Line Trace is 9.1 mile paved trail. It is a rails-to-trails project that features a great forest setting. Trail Details Area Columbus Difficulty easy Distance: 9.1 mi Elevation gain: 232 ft Type: Point to Point Directions The Fall Line Trace trailhead is about 15 minutes of northeast Columbus GA. Gear For This Hike The climate in Columbus is warm and temperate with great rainfall even in the driest month. So, bring hiking rain jacket with good hiking boots, and take plenty of water. Marmot’s Minimalist Jacket is a lightweight shell combining price along with performance to keep…

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Cooper Creek Fitness Trail

Cooper Creek Fitness Trail

The Cooper Creek Fitness Trail is a 3.3 mile loop trail that features picnic tables, bird watching, lake, wild flowers and wildlife. Trail Details Area Cooper Creek Park Difficulty easy Distance: 3.3 mi Elevation gain: 78 ft Type: Loop Directions The Cooper Creek Park is about 15 minutes of northeast Columbus GA. Gear For This Hike The climate in Columbus is warm and temperate with great rainfall even in the driest month. So, bring hiking rain jacket with good hiking boots, and take plenty of water. Marmot’s Minimalist Jacket is a lightweight shell combining price along with performance to keep…

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Trillium Trail

Trillium Trail

Trillium Trail is a 1.6 mile loop trail that features a lake and is accessible year-round. Trail Details Area Flat Rock Park Difficulty easy Distance: 1.6 mi Elevation gain: 88 ft Type: Loop Directions The Flat Rock Park is about 20 minutes of northeast Columbus GA. Gear For This Hike The climate in Columbus is warm and temperate with great rainfall even in the driest month. So, bring hiking rain jacket with good hiking boots, and take plenty of water. Marmot’s Minimalist Jacket is a lightweight shell combining price along with performance to keep it position among the best rain…

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