Explore a land 400 million years in the making. The Arabia Mountain National Heritage
Area (AMNHA) is an open landscape of breathtaking beauty, peace, and wonder just
east of Atlanta along I-20. Dominated by two massive granite outcrops, it offers visitors
natural wonders, compelling history and heart-pumping activity.
The PATH Foundation trail within the AMNHA is designed to link cultural, scenic, natural
and historic sites. Over 20 miles of trails are open to bikers, hikers and walkers with a
connection to the Monastery of the Holy Spirit opening in 2014. This interactive PDF can
either be printed or viewed on a digital device. Links (shown inbold), when clicked, will
lead to additional information.
There are several opportunities with the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve
and Panola Mountain State Park to hike trails on foot (map at arabiaalliance.org) and
bike racks are located at the entrances to several of these trails. Remember to always be
prepared for your ride, take plenty of water and sunscreen. The terrain is hilly and
some bikers should be aware that some climbs are particularly strenuous.