The Inn at Lofty Branch

Address: Rt. 1, Box 2907, Lakemont, Georgia, 30552, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Rt. 1, Box 2907, Lakemont, is near Tallulah Gorge State Park, Tiger Mountain Vineyards, and Farside Community.
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Travel Blogs from Lakemont

Reliving our Hopkins Years

A travel blog entry by rose4 on Apr 02, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

Leaving the KOA , we traveled to the tip of SC , Lake Hartwell , to visit Peggy and Chuck Herda. Had a nice lunch with them, and lots of laughs- they are doing great in their beautiful home on the lake. Once we left there, we drove to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where we'll explore for two ...

One Down, Thirteen To Go

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Mar 29, 2015

2 comments

... I had a room reserved in Franklin and they send regular shuttles, so I got a ride into town shortly. Smokescreen was already there since he had only hiked four miles in after doing more miles the day before, and Co-Ed actually beat me into town too because he grabbed the shuttle about three miles before Winding Stair Gap when he was crossing a road as it went by. We dropped off our stuff and headed into town.

I headed to the post office first to mail some ...

Building up the miles

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Mar 25, 2015

... br> The hostel offers free shuttles into nearby Hiawassee, GA, so after dropping out stuff off we headed into town for dinner. We ate at a country buffet where I ate an inappropriate amount of food, then headed down to the grocery store to resupply. I still have so much food that I really didn't need to get more, but I picked up some honey buns for breakfasts and some more candy bars for snacking.

Today we're taking a nero ...

Up and Down, Up and Down

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Mar 22, 2015

3 comments

... to reach the actual starting point, then turn around and walk back down. Day one wasn't bad. I made it to the shelter about 8 miles down the trail, but there was still so much daylight left I decided to go a couple more miles before setting up camp. Shortly after hiking more, I half regretted it, just because I was tired and going uphill and it would have been nice hanging out with the other hikers, but in the end I was fine with my decision. I didn't ...

Sore legs, Rainy days, and Trail names

A travel blog entry by hgarner11 on Mar 11, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... strain of backpacking 10 plus miles everyday. I'm planning on going to see a doctor tomorrow to see if I can do anything about my knees. Other than this little setback I'm having a great time! There's something refreshing about carrying everything you need on your back, climbing up the tallest mountains I've ever been on, then meeting the same insane people that do it ...