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Modern Cabin W/ Deck In The Blue Ridge Mountains!

    Take a look inside this Blairsville, Georgia, United States cabin that can accommodate up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Seek serenity in the Blue Ridge Mountains with a getaway to this 2-bedroom, 2-bath Blairsville vacation rental. Nestled in the Chattahoochee National Forest, this cabin is a perfect home base for exploring the Appalachian Trail, hiking up Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia, or cruising down the river with Cool River Tubing. Head downtown to grab a bite at a local hot spot like Hole in the Wall before returning home to spend the evening on the porch. The cabin has free WiFi and Smart TV, a stone fireplace, and deck space. The cabin is a quiet escape in northeastern Georiga, the Bear Feet Cabin invites outdoor lovers to answer the mountains’ call. The cabin has two bedrooms one with a king-sized bed, and another with a queen-sized bed.

    Outside the cabin are a deck, rocking chairs, wooded views, a gas grill, and a wood-burning fire pit. Inside the cabin are a flat-screen Smart TV, stone fireplace, and hardwood floors. The cabin has a well-equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, stove/oven, microwave, and drip coffee maker. The cabin has central air conditioning and heating, complimentary toiletries, free WiFi, linens, towels, a washer, and a dryer. The driveway has room for 2 vehicles.

    The cabin is located in Blairsville, Georgia, United States. Outdoor recreation in the area includes Nottely Lake (11.1 miles), Vogel State Park (13.6 miles), Chattahoochee National Forest (13.6 miles), Track Rock gap Petroglyph Site (15.4 miles), Cupid Falls (15.9 miles), the Appalachian Trail, and so much more.

    The Chattahoochee National Forests is just a few hour’s drives from the hustle and bustle of Atlanta where you’ll find a medley of mountains and expansive vistas. They are not only home to the highest peak in the Peach State, but they’re also known to outdoor enthusiasts as the entrance to the ultimate adventure: the Appalachian Trail. Here you’ll find ridges, valleys, and waterfalls that charm visitors year-round, offering hiking, biking, and camping unlike any other in the state. Some visitors come for a few miles, while others move up the trail for months to hike the duration.

    During your vacation stay, you might get a taste of the Appalachian Trail at Springer Mountain. You don’t have to do a thru hike of the Appalachian Trail to get a taste of what makes this mountain range so iconic. For a day-long hiking adventure, you might set your sights on the Springer Mountain Loop trail. If you’d rather something shorter, a simple one-mile walk from the Springer Mountain parking lot will also take you to the peak.

    While you’re by Springer Mountain, you won’t want to miss Amicalola Falls. The highest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River and the tallest in the state, Amicalola drops 720 feet to put on a spectacular cliffside show. Hike the Amicalola Falls East Ridge Trail, an enjoyable, 2-mile there-and-back walk, to experience the crest of the falls before descending stairs alongside the water. The trail takes you to the bottom where you can take in the full view.

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