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  • ISBN: 1581573472
  • ISBN: 9781581573473
  • Physical Description: print
    256 pages : illustrations, maps, color ; 23 cm.
  • Edition: Second edition.
  • Publisher: New York : The Countryman Press, [2017]

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General Note: "Distributed by W.W. Norton & Company, Inc."--Title page verso.
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: I. Upstate. Big Bend Falls via Big Bend Trail -- Ellicott Rock via East Fork Chattooga -- Elicott Wilderness Loop -- Foothills Trail Vistas via Sassafrass Mountain -- Hidden Falls -- Hospital Rock -- King Creek Falls/Big Bend Falls via Burrells Ford -- Laurel Fork Falls and Lake Jocassee -- Lick Log Falls/Pigpen Falls via Chattooga Trail -- Little Pinnacle Mountain Loop -- Lower Whitewater Falls/Coon Den Natural Area -- Miuka Falls/Secret Falls via the Winding Stairs -- Opossum Creek Falls -- Pinnacle Mountain Loop -- Raven Cliff Falls Loop -- Raven Rock Loop -- Rim of the Gap Loop -- Station Cove Falls via Historic Oconee Station -- Sulphur Springs Loop -- Upper Saluda River Loop -- Whitewater Falls there-and-back -- II. Midlands. Aiken State Natural Area Loop -- Blackstock Battlefield Passage of the Palmetto Trail -- Buncombe Loop -- Cheraw State Park Loop -- Dreher Island State Park Hike -- Horn Creek/Lick Fork Lake Double Loop -- Kings Mountain Loop -- Long Cane Loop -- Oakridge Loop at Congaree National Park -- Parsons Mountain Loop -- Peachtree Rock Nature Preserve Loop -- Palmetto Trail near the Broad River -- Poinsett State Park Loop -- Sesquicentennial State Park Hike -- Stevens Creek there-and-back -- Timmerman Trail at Congaree Creek -- Tates Trail at Carolina Sandhills Refuge -- Turkey Creek there-and-back -- III. Lowcountry. Awendaw Passage of the Palmetto Trail -- Caw Caw Interpretive Center Loop -- Dungannon Plantation Loop -- Hunting Island State Park Loop -- Ion Swamp Interpretive Walk -- Old Santee Canal Loop -- Sandpiper Pond Nature Trail and Beach Walk -- Santee Coastal Reserve Loop -- Santee State Park Loop -- Spanish Mount Trail at Edisto Beach State Park -- Swamp Fox Passage of the Palmetto Trail.
Summary, etc.: "South Carolina has some of the most striking and diverse nature on the east coast, boasting views of mighty gorges, immersive wilderness, and massive waterfalls. There's not shortage of cultural and historic treasures either. Along these curated trails you'll see old gold mines, rice-paddies, and even aged battlefields. South Carolina makes the perfect destination for hikers of any persuasion. Seasoned trailblazer and author Johnny Molloy details 50 hikes of varied lengths and difficulties throughout the verdant state, from the Chattooga River to the diverse terrain of the Midlands, including Congaree National Park, all the way to the Lowcountry, land of beaches and forgotten swamps. Showing the best of what makes the Palmetto State special, this guide includes a helpful information section, trail map, trailhead directions, and stunning photographs, with intriguing comentary about the human and natural history along the way." --
Subject: South Carolina -- Guidebooks
Trails -- South Carolina -- Guidebooks
Hiking -- South Carolina -- Guidebooks
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