Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Five exciting activities that you don’t want to miss in Blue Ridge

The Blue Ridge Mountains is renowned for its natural beauty of their bluish color. Surround yourself with the beauty of mountains and natural fun in Blue Ridge. There are so many exciting activities to do in Blue Ridge.

Watch a sunset at Brass town Bald

Brass town Bald is the highest point in Georgia with a height of 1,458m above the sea level. The sunset in Brass town is a must watch scene. My elder son and I went 12 times to Brass town Bald and never seen the same sunset. Every time it is different even in back to back days.

Discover Waterfalls

There are many falls in Blue Ridge like Amicalola Falls, Helton Creek Falls, Desoto Falls, Fall Branch Falls, Sea Creek Falls, and Jacks River Falls. These waterfalls are distinctive as they are spring fed from a spotless natural mountain high above any pollution.

Whitewater Rafting

The season of white water rafting is from March to October. River like Ocoee comes alive with whitewater fans from around the world who journey to capture the world-class white water in rafts, canoes, and kayaks. More than 300,000 people experience fun of white water rafting by staying in their rental homes.

Horseback Riding

There are many places to experience horseback riding in the Blue Ridge Mountain. There are also several horse trails and guides to take you out on more extreme adventures.

White Bass Fishing

 If you are a fishing fan, Lake Blue Ridge is a home to bass, bream, catfish, perch and crappie. You can fish Lake Blue Ridge for Walleye, Small Mouth Bass, White Bass, Bluegill, Yellow Perch, Channel Catfish and Flathead Catfish. Fish the Toccoa River, Rock Creeks, Cooper Creek, and Noontootla Creek for some of the best trout fishing in Georgia.


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