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Sunday morning, we tried to get an early start as we had a bit of a drive. We headed east, passing Whitewater Falls and getting on SC-11 towards Greenville County. We turned onto US-276 and then headed into Asbury Hills Methodist Camp. Although privately property, the people here are nice enough to allow hikers to access their property when camp is not in session. Sandy had called in advance to get permission and the gate code. We parked near the ...
... one has two sections and after the second section, we crossed another creek and came to the third field. The last time I was here, the water level was way up and we had to wade across, but it was low enough today that we could rock hop. After this crossing, the path headed into the woods and continued following Tamassee Creek upstream towards the waterfall. We saw a cute little orange toad right along the path through the woods. It’s ...
... bear. He quickly made his way into some dense rhododendron, so no way to take a picture. We decided it would be best to talk loudly as we hiked to ensure we didn’t startle another bear. Once at the river, we turned left to head upstream along Opossum Creek to the waterfall. It’s a pretty waterfall, but the water level was low and there was a lot of downed trees and foliage blocking the view. After some pictures, we made our way back. It was ...
... official names, it was a beautiful falls. The water tumbles off the cliff in a thin curtain, surrounded by lush green vegetation - there was no fall color here. It looked like it would be possible to walk behind the waterfall, but there appeared to be sensitive vegetation growing in the spray zone, so we stayed in front of the falls. We took a few pictures, then continued on, knowing the most challenging part of the hike was still to come. ...
... of Rugby, which is an old English settlement from the 1700s.
After the rally we were on to Sevierville TN, where we spent 4 days doing the tourist thing. From there we drove 97 miles that took us 3.5 hours driving on some two lane ...