Stone Mountain Park features 15 miles of hiking and walking trails with varying degrees of difficulty. Enjoy the 5-mile trail around the base, the 1-mile trail to the summit and more!
How long does it take to hike up Stone Mountain?
Depending on your fitness level, we usually advise our guests to plan for 45 minutes – hour to hike the walk up trail. Hope to see you soon!
Can you hike Stone Mountain for free?
The locals park in Stone Mountain Village for free and run in to the park using the Stone Mountain bike path. Dogs are allowed in the park, however none can be taken on the walk-up trail. The walk-up trail is open from dawn to dusk.
Is Stone Mountain An easy hike?
Great hike, gets more steep and strenuous towards the top, but the views are incredible! Great easy hike one mile up granite steps.
How much does it cost to enter Stone Mountain Park?
Stone Mountain Park Entrance Fee
Stone Mountain Park requires a $20 per vehicle entrance fee. Annual Passes are available for $40 and are good for 1 year from purchase.
Do you have to pay to walk Stone Mountain?
There is a fee to get into the Stone Mountain Park, but parking is free throughout. You can drive around, park, walk the various trails, and there are some restaurants in the park.
Can you swim at Stone Mountain Park?
Can I swim in the lake? No. Our greatest concern is for the safety of our guests. Because Stone Mountain Lake is a large, urban lake, it is subject to water quality issues, especially in the summer when high temperatures or heavy rain can drastically affect the water quality.
How many calories do you burn hiking Stone Mountain?
person can expect to burn around 637 calories hiking quickly in the mountains while only burning 455 calories cross-country, says CalorieLab.
Can you climb Stone Mountain at night?
The park’s gates open early (5 am) and close late (midnight), offering a fantastic pre-dawn or nighttime hike. After soaking up the view, this hike on the Walk-Up Trail descends Stone Mountain, following its outbound steps to the trailhead.
What figures are on Stone Mountain?
Stone Mountain is well known for not only its geology, but also the enormous rock relief on its north face, the largest bas-relief artwork in the world. The carving, completed in stages from 1923 to 1972, depicts three Confederate leaders, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson.
Do you have to wear a mask at Stone Mountain?
Following updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), fully vaccinated guests can now visit Stone Mountain Park without wearing a mask or physically distancing.