Monthly Archives: December 2012

Cleveland Park and Swamp Rabbit Trail, Greenville, SC

It was a bright and sunny Sunday morning. We decided to take a little walk through Cleveland Park and headed down the Swamp Rabbit Trail towards Greenville Tech.  It was a little cool but we warmed up in the sun … Continue reading

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Little Pinnacle Mountain, Jones Gap, SC

We started off in the fog off Persimmon Ridge Road on an old DNR road. It was damp but not too cold. We were all layered up pretty well and as the hike went on the layers served us well … Continue reading

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Isaqueena

December, 2015 I always like hiking over at Isaqueena near Clemson because it is not far from Greenville, SC, has lots of options to hike, and isn’t crowded.  You do have to share the trail with bicyclists but again not … Continue reading

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Lake Conestee Hiking Trails

We went for a short 2 mile hike at Lake Conestee right outside Greenville this morning before the rain started.  There were still a few hints of Fall color, red berries and leaves, among the gray and green. Lake Conestee … Continue reading

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Glassy Mountain and Pickens, SC Trails

Yesterday we hiked with a group of people near Pickens, South Carolina on the Glassy Mountain Trail to a very nice view of Table Rock to the north.  The picture does not do it justice as it was hazy in … Continue reading

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Foothills Trail to Drawbar Cliffs

On Sunday we hiked with a small group to the top of Drawbar Cliffs and back to Sassafrass Mountain in South Carolina (its highest peak). Drawbar Cliffs is about a quarter of a mile from the end of the Foothills … Continue reading

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Green River Gamelands

We hiked the Green River Gamelands near Saluda, North Carolina on Saturday with a small group and took the trail down by the river.  This hike started in the valley past the first tubing outlet on Green River Cove Road. … Continue reading

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