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Best Trails of South Carolina

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#1. Kings Mountain
A two-day hike through shaded hardwood forest over ridges, down rocky ravines and across numerous brooks and streams. This hike runs through the southern portion of the Kings Mountain Range, a small s...
From the guidebook "Hiking South Carolina"
Hiking Trails
Rock Hill, SC - Hiking - 14.5 miles


#2. Chattooga Trail
A two day backpack on an undulating trail along the Chattooga river; a pristine National Wild and Scenic River. The Chattooga is a wild, rushing river with crashing waterfalls, coves lush with mountai...
From the guidebook "Hiking South Carolina"
Hiking Trails
Walhalla, SC - Hiking - 15 miles


#3. Chattooga River
Big, brawling trout water. Rising in Cashiers Lake in North Carolina, the stream gathers force from a score of tributaries before crossing the state line at Ellicott Rock. The rock was placed there in...
From the guidebook "America's 100 Best Trout Streams"
Hiking Trails
Clayton, SC - Fly-Fishing


#4. Foothills Trail, Chattanooga Valley Segment
A long 3-day backpacking trip, offering waterfalls and the majestic beauty of the Whitewater and Chattooga rivers. This segment of the Foothills Trail is described east to west, beginning at the north...
From the guidebook "Hiking South Carolina"
Hiking Trails
Walhalla, SC - Hiking - 33 miles


#5. Carolina Low County Challenge
This ride travels through the Low Country south of the historic Charleston peninsula. The route hops from island to island past tall palmettos, sprawling live oak canopies, and salt marsh lining the ...
From the guidebook "Best Bike Rides in the South"
Hiking Trails
Charleston, SC - Road Biking - 61.8 miles


#6. Foothills Trail, Jocassee Gorges Segment
A challenging three-day journey around the north end of Lake Jocassee. Scenic waterfalls, steep-sided river gorges, lush vegetation, and solitude are among the attractions of the Jocassee Gorges. The...
From the guidebook "Hiking South Carolina"
Hiking Trails
Walhalla, SC - Hiking - 31 miles


#7. Foothills Trail: Bad Creek Access to Rocky Bottom
This is one long and spectacular section of trail. It is hard to find 30 miles of trail in the East without crossing a major road, but the Foothills Trail delivers. It occasionally passes by normally ...
From the guidebook "Long Trails of the Southeast"
Hiking Trails
Salem, SC - Hiking - 30.3 miles


#8. Big Bend Trail
An easy day hike through beautiful rhododendron and mountain laurel glens to the Chattooga River and powerful Big Bend Falls. This trail connects the Winding Stairs Trail and Cherry Hill Recreation Ar...
From the guidebook "Hiking South Carolina"
Hiking Trails
Walhalla, SC - Hiking - 6.8 miles


#9. Raven Cliff Falls
A day hike to one of the highest and most scenic cascades in the eastern United States. Raven Cliff Falls was an extraordinarily popular hiking destination even before a swinging footbridge was recent...
From the guidebook "Hiking South Carolina"
Hiking Trails
Greenville, SC - Hiking - 6.6 miles


#10. Jones Gap Trail
A relatively easy day hike along the scenic Middle Saluda River from Jones Gap State Park to Caesar's Head State Park. The Jones Gap Trail is full of delights, chief of which is the relative ease of t...
From the guidebook "Hiking South Carolina"
Hiking Trails
Greenville, SC - Hiking - 10.6 miles


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