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Your guide to Blue Ridge
In northern Georgia’s Blue Ridge region, Lake Blue Ridge gleams with the clearest of blues and Chattahoochee National Forest with the lushest of greens. The changing seasons imprint additional colors on the southern Appalachian gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains. The striking area, located near the Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina borders, used to have mineral springs, which lured travelers with their therapeutic powers. These days, it’s simply the draw of the mountains that call — whether for a relaxing cabin retreat or an adrenaline-filled adventure, for hiking along 300 miles of trails or fishing in Blue Ridge’s 100 miles of trout streams.
The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Blue Ridge
With an elevation of 1,762 feet, Blue Ridge was once Georgia’s highest railroad point — and that fresh mountain air can pack a chill. Spring and fall temperatures vary, with spring averaging from the low 50s to mid-70s Fahrenheit, and fall between the low 40s and low 70s. Summers tend to settle between the low 60s to mid-80s, and winters range from lows of the mid-20s to highs in the 50s. No matter what time of year you stay in one of the cabins here, layering is key in Blue Ridge, since mornings and evenings can be cool.
Top things to do in Blue Ridge
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
With its depot right in downtown Blue Ridge, the four-hour round-trip rail experience — running March through December — travels along 26 miles. Hop aboard and you’ll be immersed in the north Georgia forest and countryside, with soothing river and mountain views, including a two-hour stop at the adjacent towns of McCaysville, Georgia, and Copperhill, Tennessee.
Aska Adventure Area
Whether you’re in the mood for hiking or mountain biking, this 17-mile trail system has paths ranging from 1 to 5.5 miles, chasing streams and climbing to vista points 3,200 feet high. Also here: the Toccoa River, where lazy summer days melt away on the tubing adventures, and the family-friendly Lilly Pad Village, with gem mining and mini golf.
The southeast’s largest apple orchard — with more than 50 varieties of delicious apples — has been family-run since 1943. It houses a market store and farm winery that also produces hard ciders.