The alpha and the omega of Southern Appalachia's hiking trails, Pinhoti Trail combs a jaw-dropping one-hundred-and-sixty-miles through the pristine forest of Georgia, eventually snaking through a bit of Alabama. Dispersed camping is allowed alongside unoccupied or unmarked-off areas on any Forest Service lands. That being said, the trail does tip-toe through private property—so make sure you’re not pitching a tent in someone’s backyard. Dont be that guy, no one likes that guy. He’s just creepy.