West Wolf Creek Road

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5/5 (7 reviews)
Blairsville, Georgia (Union County)
Last Updated: 12/01/2023
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Situated south of Blairsville and just north of Vogel State Park is West Wolf Creek Road. Following West Fork Wolf Creek most of the way, this trail runs through the valley between Frady Mountain and Sheriff Knob to the southeast and Ben Knob, Big Grassy Knob and Wildcat Knob on the northwest. A popular trail due to the numerous camping areas, there is also access to the popular Coosa Backcountry Hiking Trail. So whether you're out for a day of hiking, a night of camping or just a scenic drive through the forest, don't overlook West Wolf Creek Road.

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5/5 (7)
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Visited: 01/26/2024

Nice little road. Thought it might be more washed out after recent heavy rains but no issues for my Subaru Forester wilderness.
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Visited: 12/01/2023

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Temporary Closure
Rated 5/5
Visited: 08/14/2023

This trail is temporarily closed while a portion of the road is being repaired. Will update after repairs are completed.
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 02/26/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Beautiful road. Not sure a 2wd would have made it up some spots where it was steep and muddy from recent rains. It also only took me about 20 min one way. Only saw a few other people in the campsites along the road. Great place to find some solitude.
Trail Review: West Wolf Creek Road - Jack
Trail Review: West Wolf Creek Road - Jack
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 09/20/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Spot on description of trail. Great elevation changes and switch backs. I can see where road would be slick when wet. I have 2wd 4runner and had no issues navigating it dry Primitive camping spots dispersed along road. All appeared to have fire rings. Most sites adjacent to the stream. Saw 2 sites being used as this was midweek and off season.
Trail Review: West Wolf Creek Road - Brian McNew
Trail Review: West Wolf Creek Road - Brian McNew
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