Now that the holidays are just around the corner, you may be thinking of how you can spend some more time outside. If you're already an avid hiker, though, you've probably already been to many of the best hiking spots in Georgia. However, there are likely a few hidden hiking trails that you haven't gotten to yet, and the holiday season is a great time to seek them out and explore.

If you're looking for gorgeous fall foliage, long, winding trails, and even a waterfall, then you can check out Lula Lake Land Trust. The main attraction here is the almost 100-foot waterfall, which is definitely a must see. 

While there are over 60 miles of trails for hiking, biking, running, and equestrian use, there is more to explore at this local hiking hot spot.

You should keep in mind that this locale is not always open. Open gate days take place on the first and last Saturdays of each month from December to April and the first and last weekends of each month from May to November.

You'll also have to make a reservation or buy an annual pass before you go, so make sure you do that online prior to your visit.

If you plan on hiking, you'll want to be prepared. The easiest trail you can take is 3.2 miles long round trip, but there are several hikes that are much longer.

Be sure you have water, snacks, sturdy shoes and appropriate clothes for the weather; you don't want to get stuck out there without the necessities. 

If you plan on getting close to the waterfall, bring a rain jacket. The falls here are really strong, so if you get close enough, there's a good chance that you're going to get wet.

Lula Lake Land Trust

Price: $15

Address: 5000 Lula Lake Road, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

Why You Need To Go: Beautiful waterfall, miles of hiking trails, and fall foliage.


 

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