Blood Mountain is the tallest peak on Georgia’s stretch of the Appalachian Trail, offering stunning summit views. And it’s one of Georgia’s most popular hiking destinations. Blood Mountain draws day hikers and backpackers to its summit by the dozens every fair-weather weekend. But there’s more to Blood Mountain than the often-hiked route from Neels Gap to the 4,458-foot summit. Explore the Blood Mountain summit’s beauty from all angles with this list of our favorite Blood Mountain hiking trails, and grab some serenity on the mountain’s lesser-traveled trails.
Activity: Backpacking Overnight “Blood Mountain” Date: 11/13-15/2020 Campmasters: Two Teams Team #1 Mike Pollard 678-877-7555 email@example.com Sean Betta 678-414-9585 firstname.lastname@example.org Team #2 Sam Young 404-915-5321 email@example.com Departure: Friday 11-13 at 3:00pm sharp from Cokes Chapel Return: Sunday 11-15 5:00pm approx. at Cokes Chapel Cost: Fee & Meals for attendee participation See permissions – Two Teams Permission Slips & Fees are Due: Thursday November 5, 2020 Activity Location: Appalachian Trail & Blood Mountain near Blairsville, Georgia ALL Participants are to Carry Copy of BSA Medical Form on their person and to inform Campmaster of any health issues. Adult Participation: Additional two deep adult support is needed, every adult must be (YPT) Youth Protection Trained on file Behavior: All participants are to follow personal conduct expectations of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Preparation: There will be a backpack & equipment shakedown on Thursday November 5th for all attendees as well as a tent buddy check and driver confirmation.
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