Why you should visit Blood Mountain, Georgia 

Maynor Chinchilla, Staff Writer

Blood Mountain is located on the Appalachian trail, Blairsville, Georgia. Blood Mountain elevation is 4459 feet. For this reason, your trial is going to take from one and a half hours or even more, depending on how fast you are at hiking.

Being at the top of Blood Mountain can make you feel like being in a magical land. (Credit: Maynor Chinchilla)

Hiking is very tiring, and for that reason, I recommend you take very good shoes, also be prepared to take a lot of rest while you are going up if you are someone that gets tired easily. Even though the nature around the mountain is beautiful, in my opinion, you should focus on getting to the top, first because it is really hard to get to the top and if you do not get to the top of the mountain, you will be missing an incredible view of the Georgia blue ridge region.

Also, remember that you can see nature more closely when you are coming down the mountain because you are going to be less tired. My last opinion to consider if you go or not is that you would use your physical health a lot. The mountain can be a challenge for everyone, so it can be a good place for people who have experience in hiking. 

For anyone who wants to accept the challenge and go to Blood Mountain, please follow the Appalachian trail instructions and also do not forget to pick up your trash. The Park location is Byron Reece Memorial Trail, Blairsville, GA 30512.

I hope you get the time to visit this incredible park and see the beauty in the state of Georgia; also, good luck. Lastly, do not forget to check the weather so you can be safe while you are going up the mountain. Blood Mountain gets 9 out of 10 stars for its incredible views. 

Here are some articles to read and consider your trip to Blood Mountain:

https://365atlantatraveler.com/blood-mountain-hike-blairsville-ga/ 

 https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/georgia/blood-mountain-and-freeman-loop-trail 

https://www.atlantatrails.com/hiking-trails/north-georgia-hiking-trails-our-top-10-favorite-hikes/