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This 37 mile National Recreation Trail, beginning near the Georgia/North Carolina line, has some difficult stream crossings and steep sections.

This National Recreation trail stretches from the Georgia/North Carolina line over the summit of Rabun Bald to the Chatooga River. The trail was named for William Bartram, an early explorer and naturalist. Some sections may have difficult stream crossings. Portions of the trail are steep and rocky.

Directions: From Clayton, There are three access points. 1) Take US Hwy. 411 north 1 mile past Dillard. Turn right onto GA 246 toward Highlands, NC. Continue on GA 246 and 106 for 7 miles, and turn right onto Bald Mountain Road. Continue 2.1 miles, and take County Road 7 for 1.1 miles. 2) Take Warwoman Road ( State Road 884) east from Clayton for 3 miles to the Warwoman Dell Recreation Area. 3) Take US Hwy. 28 toward Walhalla (east) to the bridge at the Georgia/South Carolina line. The parking area is on left of the bridge prior to crossing into South Carolina.

Distance: 37 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia

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