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Fort Mountain State Park is a mecca for hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers seeking spectacular scenery, solitude and serenity. There are more than 14 miles of hiking trails that wind through the park. The park trails are considered some of the prettiest in all of Georgia.
Take a walk in the clouds at North Georgia's 3,485-acre Cloudland Canyon State Park. The park is nestled at the western edge of Lookout Mountain in the northwest corner of the state. Located at Rising Fawn, Cloudland is commonly considered to be one of the most beautiful state parks in the State of Georgia.
Absolutely beautiful! Breathtaking! So lovely! These are just a few of the accolades voiced as visitors view 729-foot Amicaloia Falls. The dramatic waterfall draws its name from the Cherokee word meaning "tumbling or sliding waters".
The most forested county in the Commonwealth, Buchanan County offers excellent bass and trout fishing, challenging biking and hiking trails, tranquil camping sites, spectacular scenery and friendly folks. Visitors delight in the natural wonders and mountain hospitality of this extraordinarily special part of the Appalachian Plateau of Southwestern Virginia.
Rock-climbing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, motorcycle touring, camping, fishing, hunting, swimming, paddling, cross-country skiing, geo-caching, bird watching and just plain relaxing are but a few of the exciting outdoor activities that draw travelers to scenic Lee County.
The Craig County Administration welcomes visitors. They advise, "The County is marked by a succession of mountain ridges, running northeast-southwest. The valleys and creeks between the ridges provide for agriculture and population centers. Nearly two thirds of the county is Jefferson National Forest, Appalachian Trail, and Niday State Park. Rural in nature, it has no stop-lights and is criss-crossed by Virginia Scenic Byways."
Often referred to as the "missing Virgin Island", Anegada is one of those wondrous forgotten escape destinations that provide absolute anonymity, silence and solitude. Even pirates, buccaneers and seafaring explorers of old had a hard time locating the mystical island.
The friendly folks of Russell County invite visitors to discover the spectacular scenic beauty, extraordinary recreational opportunities, inspiring historical heritage and diverse Appalachian culture of their part of picturesque Southwestern Virginia.