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A ride through forests and across streams.


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Map Key

4.9

Miles

8.0

KM

Singletrack

571' 174 m

High

441' 135 m

Low

209' 64 m

Up

309' 94 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

5%

Max Grade (3°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

This trail follows a portion of the Palmetto Trail's Enoree Passage. It follows a forest and crosses several streams. Some sections can get muddy. Portions of this trail are rarely used and relatively neglected.

It is a fairly primitive trail, and during the fall or winter leaves on the ground can make it difficult to see roots and potholes in the trail. This is not a technically difficult trail, but the poor condition of the trail influences the difficulty. While most of this park is a horse trail, it is open to hikers and bike riders. This trail appears to see little traffic from any users.

Contacts

Shared By:

Christopher Rorden

Trail Ratings

  3.2 from 6 votes

#23873

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  3.2 from 6 votes
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Trail Rankings

#162

in South Carolina

#23,873

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Photos

A nice bridge on Trail 1 (Blue).
Jan 4, 2018 near Joanna, SC
Trail 1 (Blue) is also blazed yellow as it is part of the Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail
Jan 4, 2018 near Joanna, SC
A ford across a stream on Trail 1 (Blue). There is no bridge here, and the south side is very muddy and has loose sand due to horse traffic.
Jan 4, 2018 near Joanna, SC
Trail 1 (Blue) is also blazed yellow as it is part of the Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail
Jan 4, 2018 near Joanna, SC

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Bad / Closed 27 days ago
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Oct 24, 2020
Jon Fitz
There are some really pretty woodland sections. Never go here in wet weather. This should be worth another try in drought conditions.
Jun 23, 2019
Christian Gruschwitz
Oct 29, 2018
Hannah Tedlock
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