Rock 'n Walk - POSTPONED

Presented by GSU Geosciences

POSTPONED: Due to concerns about black ice on the mountain, we have made the decision to postpone Rock n Walk to next Sunday. We apologize for the last minute change. See the listing here.

Millions of years ago, a massive magma chamber cooled below the ground just outside of what is now Atlanta, never erupting through to the surface. Today, we call it Stone Mountain. Join folks from Georgia State University Geosciences on a hike to explore this unique granite dome, learning about the rock and what makes this spot in Atlanta so special. You’ll also be able to ‘walk’ a Giant Traveling Map of Georgia, explore rock and mineral specimens, ‘track’ dinosaurs, and identify fossils like a paleontologist!
This event is an open ended event - feel free to come any time from 10-2. You can expect to spend about 1.5-2 hours engaged with us. Because of high winds expected, we'll plan for most activities to be at the base of the mountain, but will have regular guided hikes up the mountain that you can join.

This event is free with admission to Stone Mountain Park ($20/vehicle or $40/vehicle for an annual pass).
Scroll down for information about COVID safety guidelines for this event.

Getting There

Parking Info

Free parking is available in the lot close to the Education Center.

Alternative Transportation

MARTA Blue line at Indian Creek Station connects with the 119 Bus/Stone M Village Goldsmith P&R which goes to Main St & E Mountain St which is a 0.8 mile walk from the Historical and Education Center. Walk

Date and Time

Saturday, March 12th, 2022
10:00 am – 2:00 pm


Outdoor Event

Stone Mountain Historical and Education Center
1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd.
Stone Mountain, GA 30083


Families, Adults, High School, Middle School, Elem. School


Price: Free with admission


Nature & Environment, Earth & Space Science, Life Sciences
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COVID Considerations

This event is outdoors. Masks are not required per CDC guidelines if you are able to maintain social distance of at least 6 feet from others not in your party. However, masks are strongly recommended when participating in sustained interaction near others (e.g., guided hikes, hands-on station activities, etc).
As with all ASF events, we ask you to take care of yourself and your community. Stay home if you feel ill, get vaccinated and mask up when in close proximity to others!