William Bartram Trail

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This information is a public record of the 1977 NRT application and may be out of date if it has not been updated by a trail manager --
check with the trail manager for updated details before visiting.

William Bartram Trail

USDA Forest Service Backcountry Trail Frontcountry Trail
  • Length
    37 miles
  • Elevation Gain
  • Route Type
    out & back

Location: Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest

  • States: Georgia
  • Counties: Rabun

Follows a ridge line to Rabun Bald Mt., along the Tennessee Valley Divide (beautiful views of surrounding Blue Ridge Mts.) then takes side of creeks, along the wild and scenic designated Chattooga River.

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Allowed Uses:

Dogs, on leash Hiking/Walking

Other Activities

  • Camping

Public Contact

Allen Smith
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest
P.O. Box 438
Clayton, GA 30525
[email protected](706) 782-3320

Contact the trail manager for current maps and visiting details.

More Details

  • Elevation (low): 3280
  • Elevation (high): 4692
  • Elevation (cumulative): --

  • Part of a Trail System? No
  • Surface (primary): Soil
  • Surfaces (additional): Soil

  • Tread Width (average): 16"
  • Tread Width (minimum): --
  • Running length (minimum): --

  • Tread Grade (average, percent): 12
  • Tread Grade (maximum): 20
  • Running length (maximum): --

  • Cross-slope (average, percent): --
  • Cross-slope (maximum): --
  • Running length (maximum): --
  • Certified as an NRT
    Nov 22, 1977
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