A major trail relocation and maintenance project started this week in the Jake and Bull Mountain Trail System in the Chattahoochee National Forest's Blue Ridge Ranger District.
Over the next few months some trail sections will be moved to new locations, while others will receive needed maintenance. This work will be done by a Forest Service contractor using mechanized equiipment. While this project is underway, trail users are asked to obey any closure notifications posted on sections of trail, and avoid all work locations.
You can view a map of the impacted area to see which trails will be affected by the project.
Further information can be obtained by calling the Blue Ridge Ranger District at (706) 745-6928.
The Jake and Bull Mountain Trail System, near Dahlonega in north Georgia, provides approximately 36 miles of recreational trails for equestrians, bicyclists and hikers.