All around the Blue Ridge cabin rental's area there are plenty of opportunities for beautiful scenic drives and trails for four wheel drives, motorcycles and ATVs. Below is a collection of links put together to aid those of you who enjoy either going out for a relaxing scenic drive and those of you that want an exciting, thrill filled off road journey into the Blue Ridge Mountains. Have fun and enjoy your stay!
TAIL OF THE DRAGON - Featured in this video clip, The Tail of the Dragon ride is only minutes away from your north Georgia Blue Ridge cabin rental! This link is the Official Web Site for US129 Deals Gap, Cherohala Skyway, and other incredible roads. TAIL OF THE DRAGON AT DEALS GAP has 318 curves in 11 miles and is America's number one motorcycle and sports car road. The nearby CHEROHALA SKYWAY is quickly becoming number two with its remote 60 miles of scenic mountain highway. The area also has other incredible roads like the DEVILS TRIANGLE, THE SNAKE, BLOOD MOUNTAIN, and some GREAT DUAL SPORT RIDING. Visit their website now, email: info@TailoftheDragon.COM or telephone us toll free at 800-768-7129 for more information. The above video clip shows the ride from the rider's pespective.
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests - Check out their "Roads and Trails" section and you will find a good link to a traffic map so you don't end up stuck in a jam. There is great updated information on road closings and wonderful OHV trail systems information for jeep rides and four wheeling as well. Try to keep all four wheels on the ground! Have some fun and get out of your Nevaeh, North Georgia cabin rental for the afternoon before you catch cabin fever!
Scenic drives in the Blue Ridge mountains - Surround yourself with beauty in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. This site has all of the scenic drives that you can take from the north Georgia cabin rentals. There are links to maps that you can print to take with you on your journey. There is a great map that lists everything within a 75 mile radius to Blue Ridge.
Ocoee Scenic BywayThe Ocoee Scenic Byway on Highway 64 in eastern Tennessee’s Polk County was the first designated National Forest Scenic Byway in the United States. This 26 mile two lane road trip connects what’s referred to locally as Upper and Lower Polk County. The Ocoee Scenic Byway is made up of two parts. The first part of the scenic route is along Highway 64. This 19-mile course follows most of the Old Copper Road thru the Ocoee River Gorge then continues along the shores of Ocoee Lake. The second part of the trip is just off Highway 64 on FR77, a 7-miles drive up Chilhowee Mountain will take you to views that can’t be missed.
Jeep Jamboree and Dixie RunThe town of Murphy, NC serves as the headquarters for one of the most popular and colorful Jeep Jamborees which is located in the Great Smoky Mountains, only about 25 miles from the Nevaeh North Georgia cabin rentals! Spring and Autumn in the Nantahala and Cherokee National Forests is awe inspiring. Old logging roads provide numerous challenges for both novice and seasoned off-road enthusiasts. Experience rock climbing, hill climbing, and stream crossing in pristine forest exploding with fall color or blooming with the rich greens of spring. These trails are famous for some of the best 4x4 trail riding in all of America and challenges off-roaders of all experience levels. Trail names like Guardrail, Helicopter Pad, Slick Rock and School Bus all conjure up visions of adventurous steep hills and adrenaline pumping fun. The Tellico Area is a fee access area. The cost is $5.00 per day/vehicle.
Beasley Knob OHV Area - A great place to go four wheeling, Beasley Knob OHV Area is located a few miles east of Blairsville, Georgia in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The OHV area contains 10.6 miles of trails suitable for 4-wheel drive vehicles, ATV's and motorcycles. Some of the trails are fairly easy, though most of the trails are difficult, with several that are extremely difficult. When the area is damp or wet (such as after a recent rain), the difficulty on all the trails goes up significantly. Wet trails make for extremely slick conditions on these steep trails. Beasley Knob is closed for the winter season from early January through mid or late March. The area may also close briefly during or after strong rains. Call 706-745-6928 for directions or maps.
Nevaeh Cabin Rentals
2401 East First Street
Blue Ridge, Georgia 30513
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