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November 19, 2021
Dahlonega, GA

Meagan & Dmitriy

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The Wedding Website of Meagan Zusi and Dmitriy Ladyko
We are so excited to spend our wedding weekend with you and wanted to share a couple of our favorite places in Atlanta and things to do around Dahlonega, GA. Feel free to contact us for more ideas!

Montaluce Winery & Restaurant

501 Hightower Church Road, Dahlonega, GA 30533
, (706) 867-4060

Located only 16 minutes from Downtown Dahlonega. Montaluce Winery is known for its breathtaking views and makes you feel as if you were transported to a Tuscan countryside. Free tours are offered daily, along with indoor/outdoor tastings, guided wine hikes through the vineyard and North Georgia mountains as well as and onsite dining and lodging. Wine Tastings: Sunday-Thursday: 11am-9pm Friday & Saturday: 11am-10pm *Pet Friendly

Wolf Mountain Vineyards

180 Wolf Mountain Trail, Dahlonega, GA 30533
, (706) 867-9862

10 minutes from Downtown Dahlonega - Wolf Mountain Vineyards often compares to wineries in Napa, with their award-winning handcrafted wines. The beautiful hillside vineyard is part of a 30 acre estate that offers wine tastings, Sunday brunch and Café lunch on site. *Tastings run 11am-5pm Thursday - Sunday *Pup friendly

Kaya Vineyard & Winery

5400 Town Creek Road, Dahlonega, GA 30533
, (706) 219-3514

Located 16 minutes from Downtown Dahlonega - Kaya's Winery and Tasting Room are built atop a ridge that is 1,600 feet above elevation and offers a panoramic mountain view to enjoy wine tastings and live music. (New Satellite Tasting Room for Kaya Estate Wines located inside the hotel lobby at the Dahlonega Square Hotel where some of you will be staying!) Wine Tastings offered: Tuesday – Saturday: 11am – 5pm Sunday: 12:30pm – 5pm *Pet friendly

North Georgia - Hiking and Trails

Cane Creek Falls, Dahlonega, GA 30533

There are tons of hiking trails both for day hikes and backpacking trips around Dahlonega. Here is a link with some of the trails nearby as well as some of the top parks/trails recommended. APPALACHIAN TRAIL This trail begins at Springer Mountain and leaves the Peach State 79 miles later at Bly Gap. The rugged, often rocky terrain reaches a height of more than 4400 feet and never dips below 2500 feet. The high point of the trail is at Blood Mountain (4,461 ft.) while the low point is Dicks Creek Gap (2,675 ft.) AMICALOLA FALLS STATE PARK Amicalola Falls is the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi River, is a popular beginning or end for Appalachian trail hikers. Hiking opportunities include the staircase trail which ascends the 729-foot waterfall. BENTON MACKAYE TRAIL This trail begins on Springer Mountain and ends in the Smoky Mountain National Park, a distance of nearly 300 miles. The BMT intersects several other trails and affords many varying routes and loops.

Ponce City Market

675 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30308
, (404) 900-7900

The historic structure, has been reinvented as a vibrant community hub housing the Central Food Hall, various shops, flats and offices, all while pointing back to the roots of its inception. Also, checkout the rooftop as it has panoramic views, an 18-hole mini golf course, boardwalk-style games and craft cocktails.

Piedmont Park / The Atlanta Beltline

99 Krog St NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

This is a great location to park the car and start walking the beltline. 33 miles of rail lines transformed into walking and biking paths with lots of great food and drinks on the walk! The beltline will take you into Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens where they have special events and festivals for this time of year.

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