Monday, November 29, 2010

Everything You Ever Needed to Know about Dahlonega's Outdoor Sports

Dahlonega, Georgia. Photo credit: ugardener.
I receive emails regularly from people looking for the local scoop on what trails to ride, where to camp, and what to expect when the sender makes a trip to wherever it is.  Right now my region of expertise is North Georgia, since I'm living here at the moment.

I recently received an email asking for more than just a few tips on where to camp, and I ended up sending him a lengthy reply.  You can check out the question below:

Hello,

Great stuff. Appreciate your site!

I'm a rider living in *the Northeast*. We are currently exploring an opportunity to relocate to the Dahlonega/Gainesville area.

We are avid outdoorsy folks. Our hobbies include trail running, mountain biking, hiking, road biking, canoeing, etc. Is there a good amount of mountain biking/trail running terrain around the Dahlonega area? We have been focusing on the professional side of things up until now, the jobs! So we haven't learned too much about the area yet. We really love to ride, hike and run and cannot imagine relocating to a place that does not offer great trails close to home. After finding your site I was hoping to ask you some questions. Can you share any thoughts on the area, the trail networks, the riding season, or anything else you can think of???

Sorry to pester you. Any info you can provide is appreciated. Of course, if this is a bad time, I understand if you cannot reply.

Thanks for a great site,

*Joe*
Details removed at request of the sender.

After I'd finished the reply and it turned out to be absolutely massive in size, I thought that there were probably many others out there that could use the information I'd typed up.  So I've revisited it, and edited and added information. Without further ado, here is the ultimate guide to


Everything You Ever Needed to Know about Dahlonega's Outdoor Sports


The various sections in this series will be published over the course of the next 2 weeks.
  1. Mountain Biking
  2. Trail Running
  3. Hiking
  4. Backpacking
  5. Road Biking
  6. Canoeing
  7. Kayaking
  8. Rock Climbing
  9. Bouldering 
  10. The North Georgia Neighborhood
  11. Conclusion

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3 comments:

paulus November 29, 2010 at 7:49 AM  

great quest:)all.mens activities..

Christopher November 29, 2010 at 8:32 AM  

Looking forward to this series.

Greg Heil November 29, 2010 at 12:42 PM  

@paulus, thanks man, I think it should be good!

@Christopher, awesome, I hope I can reveal a number of diverse outdoor opportunities in this area!

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