An abundance of recreational opportunities abound in the Chattahoochee and Sumter National Forest, in northern Georgia. National Geographic's Trails Illustrated map of Brasstown Bald and the Chattooga River delivers unmatched detail and valuable information to assist you in your exploration of the area. Expertly researched and created in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service and others, this map features key points of interest including Brasstown, Tray Mountain, Blood Mountain and Mark Trail Wilderness Areas, Lake Burton, Swallow Creek and Warwoman Wildlife Management Areas, Tallulah Gorge and Black Rock Mountain State Park, Lake Burton, Chatooga and Tugaloo Rivers and the Tennessee Valley Divide.
Narrow down the best places to visit according to your needs and interests with the handy activity guide. An extensive trail chart will help you choose a trail that's right for your activity level and recreation use whether you're traveling by foot, horse, mountain bike, or motorized vehicle. The trails are marked according to their designated use including the Foothills, Bartram and Appalachian trails. Scenic byways are noted for those wishing to take in the scenery by car. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes. Helpful information on Chattahoochee National Forest, Appalachian Trail, land and water safety tips and more is included as well. Some of the many recreation features noted include boat ramps, river and fishing access, interpretive trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, and scenic viewpoints.
Every Trails Illustrated map is printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation.
Waterproof - Tear-Resistant - Topographic Map
Other features found on this map include: Blood Mountain Wilderness, Brasstown Bald, Brasstown Wilderness, Chattahoochee National Forest, Ivylog Mountain, Lake Burton, Mark Trail Wilderness, Nantahala National Forest, Pinnacle Mountain, Rabun Bald, Southern Nantahala Wilderness, Sumter National Forest, Tray Mountain Wilderness.