BMTA ACTIVITY CALENDAR
BMTA normally schedules four or five hikes per month, some “leisure” hikes that are shorter and easier and some 5 to 8 miles and of moderate difficulty. In addition, we have occasional backpacking hikes and more difficult ones that might be called “hardy hikes.” Occasionally we co-sponsor hikes with other organizations. Some, but not all, of our hikes are “dog friendly.” Although more hikes are in Georgia than the other states, you will find hikes in all three BMT states: Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Easy 2.5 miles. Awesome waterfall and great views of surrounding mountains and lake. Hike Leader Larry Dumas. For more information contact hikeleaderLD@bmtamail.org.
Where: Section 1a, 1b and 1c -- Springer Mountain >> Three Forks. Where: Section 2a to Complete Bridge Renovation. Meet: 9:00 AM Big Stamp Gap BMT Parking Lot on FS42. […]
Discover a lost heart on Fort Mountain. Moderate 5 miles. Portions of the Gahuti Trail, Lake Loop and Overlook/Tower Trails. Hike leader Carolyn Sewell. For more information contact hikeleaderCS@bmtamail.org.
Dog friendly hike (adult humans may bring a leashed dog). Moderate 4.3 miles. Mostly following Long Creek. Largely uphill going and reverse returning. Approximately 700’ of elevation change each way. We’ll include a side trip […]
1,700’ gain as you literally “climb a mountain.” This shark fin-shaped mountain has a trail that is a combination of moderate with some steep and rocky sections. Excellent views but […]
Moderate to strenuous 7.7 miles. State Park Pass required. Hike leader Steve Dennison. For more information, contact hikeleaderSD@bmtamail.org.
Moderate 5.3 miles round trip with 1,100’ elevation change each way. Some great views atop Brawley Mountain. Hike leader Tom Sewell. For more information contact hikeleaderTS@bmtamail.org.
Where: Section 12e, areas near Lost Creek Campground. - CANCELLED When: Saturday, February 27, 2021. Time: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Meeting Location: Webb Brothers Store in Reliance at 9:00 […]
Moderate to strenuous 8 miles. Excellent winter views. Hike leader Steve Dennison. For more information, contact hikeleaderSD@bmtamail.org.
March 1—3, 2021 Day Hikers Are Welcome on the Daily Hikes BMTA is sponsoring an overnight camping opportunity at Fort Mountain State Park. Several BMTAers already are planning to camp […]
Strenuous 8.2 miles. This trail travels around the edge of the park and passes below the summits of both Cohutta and Fort Mountains down to the lake and back to […]
Moderate 5 miles. You will walk on parts of the Gahuti Trail, Gold Mine Creek Trail, Lake Trail and Big Rock Nature Trail. Hiking poles are recommended for the short […]