Hikingsouth Hike of the Week

Victoria Bryant State Park Trails, GA

January 9, 2018

This week's hike was on the trails at Victoria Bryant State Park near Royston, GA.

HIKERS: John Anderson, Joe Collins, Renee Corbett, Trushna Nadig, Dave Norton, Mary Lu Norton, Bruce O'Connor, Jeanne O'Connor, Tony Presley, Vic Robson .

TRAIL INFO. - Victoria Bryant State Park has a very nice network of hiking trails. The Perimeter Trail Loop, The Broad River Loop, Victoria's Path Nature Trail along with connector and access trails. All together around 10 miles to choose from. The trails are well maintained and feature rolling terrain and nice river and woodland views.

Distance hiked - 4 miles - difficulty - Moderate

Directions: Victoria Bryant State Park is located between Lavonia and Royston on Highway 327. There is a $5 per car parking fee or a Georgia State Parks Pass. Another great day for a hike! Sunshine. Temp: mid 30s to upper 40s.

BIRDS IDENTIFIED: Mallard Ducks and Hybrid Ducks, House Finch, Pine Warbler, Blue Jay, Crows, Downy Woodpecker .

scroll down for photos from today.......


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The start of today's hike near the park entrance.
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This is Fishing pond 1 at the start of the trail.
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The first part of the trail is adjacent to the golf course.
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Crossing the creek on this footbridge.
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This is a wildlife observation deck overlooking a clearing.
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Dave and "Clover"!
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Fishing pond #2 with more ducks.
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Walking along the North Fork of the Broad River.
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Ice on the trail left over from last week's Arctic blast!
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More ice! .
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A beautiful spot but very slippery today!
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A great day for a walk in the woods!
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Crossing the iron bridge near the end of the hike.
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The OFHC gang for today's hike (l-r Front) Dave Norton with "Clover", Mary Lu Norton, Renee Corbett, Jeanne O'Connor, Bruce O'Connor, John Anderson, Vic Robson, Joe Collins and Tony Presley.


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