About Lost Mountain
In 2019 the Georgia Piedmont Land Trust (GPLT) partnered with the Trust for Public Lands to protect 132 acres of the Lost Mountain Battlefield. GPLT privately owns and protects this land to ensure that it remains in a natural state and its historic value is protected for perpetuity.
Lost Mountain served as the southerly anchor for a 10-mile defensive line installed from Brushy Mountain to Lost Mountain in an attempt to stop the advancement of General Sherman's Atlanta Campaign during the Civil War. Its high elevation was advantageous for signaling, observation and defense. It is considered part of the theater in advance of and including the Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield.
Currently, Lost Mountain is not open to public access.
About the Georgia Piedmont Land Trust
The Georgia Piedmont Land Trust (GPLT) works to educate landowners in order to raise awareness and accomplish our mission to conserve and protect the lands, history, wildlife, waterways and air we all appreciate each day.
Thank you to Hank Ohme, Dale Higdon & Carol Hassell for all our spectacular pictures.