Georgia Mountains Map
Georgia Mountains Map
The Georgia Mountains are a majestic range bound by the Appalachian and Cumberland Mountains. Traversing across Georgia and North Carolina, these mountains have long been a part of American history. Home to the Appalachian Trail, this scenic landscape is also an excellent spot for your next amazing adventure.
Georgia has many mountains, peaks, and hills within its borders. Above you will find an interactive map with pins for all of these summits. Just zoom in to see their specific location in Georgia. You’ll also find a list of Georgia counties, from Appling County to Wilkinson County. Each one links to a page with a map specific for that Georgia region. In the Featured Mountains list you will find the highest point in the state and other significant summits and ranges of Georgia.
NE Georgia Mountains Travel Region cities include: Alto, Blairsville, Braselton, Carnesville, Clarkesville, Clayton, Clermont, Cleveland, Colbert, Comer, Commerce, Cornelia, Cumming, Dahlonega, Danielsville, Dawsonville, Demorest, Dillard, Eastanollee, Elberton, Flowery Branch, Gainesville, Gillsville, Hartwell, Helen, Hiawassee, Homer, Jefferson, Lake Lanier Islands, Lakemont, Lavonia, Lula, Marble Hill, Martin, Maysville, Mountain City, Mt. Airy, Oakwood, Rabun Gap, Royston, Sautee, Sky Valley, Suches, Tallulah Falls, Tiger, Toccoa, Toccoa Falls, Wiley, Winder and Young Harris (Source: www.n-georgia.com)
Explore State Parks and Historic Sites - Amicalola Falls State Park, Black Rock Mountain State Park, Bobby Brown State Outdoor Recreation Area, Fort Yargo State Park & Will-A-Way Recreation Area, Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area, Moccasin Creek State Park, Richard B. Russell State Park, Smithgall Woods State Park, Tallulah Gorge State Park, Tugaloo State Park, Unicoi State Park, Victoria Bryant State Park, Vogel State Park, Watson Mill Bridge State Park, Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site and Traveler's Rest Historic Site
As observed on the map, the northern part of Georgia is covered by the southern edges of the Appalachian Mountains. The heavily forested Blue Ridge Mountains, which are famed for their bluish color when seen from a distance; forms the eastern front of the Appalachians, from Georgia to Pennsylvania. The state’s highest point is Brasstown Bald – which rises to an elevation of 4,784 ft (1458m) and is a part of the Blue Ridge Mountain range. The Appalachian Mountains that are about 1,500 miles in length, extend through Georgia up through the New England state and into the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Quebec. (Source: www.worldatlas.com)