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... STUMPHOUSE TUNNEL, ISSAQUEENA FALLS AND CHAU RAM FALLS.. These places were AWESOME!!!! We got quite a bit of walking in on the trails. Some of it was pretty steep. Tried a little striper fishing from the dock but no luck. Campground is really hilly and mountainy which is neat.
Supposedly are upgrading the campground. We will see how it goes. Is ok for short stays only at this time.
to the rocks below the platform for a better view. Between the recent rains and spray from the
waterfall, the rocks were quite slippery, but we managed to get out and get
some shots from various angles. The
spray from the waterfall was pretty strong, which did make it difficult to get
good pictures, though. After enjoying
this waterfall, we headed back to the cars.
From here, we hopped on ...
... and we were unsure of where to go. The torrential rain didn’t help either. We drove up and back on Jumping Branch Road until finally we saw an unmarked gravel road. On closer inspection, there was a sign with 5A. It looked like someone had blasted the top two numbers off with a shotgun. So we proceeded down this road to a parking area at the end. There were a couple of cars here and some people were hiking back to them. They confirmed ...
... located at the hatchery. The trail follows the East Fork to the Chattooga River, and we could hear the rushing water. Trees line the path. There are tree roots and muddy areas throughout the trail. We crossed small streams and manmade bridges. The trail is 2.5 miles one way.
We stopped at the Cashiers' Farmers Market and picked up fresh fruits and vegetables.
Our first stop is to the grocery store. The grocery store is very convenient to where we are staying. It is on the same road, and we usually travel past it on our activities for the day.
After lunch, we went to Walhalla Fish Hatchery. To get to the fish hatchery, we travel through Cashiers. The fish hatchery is also located in South Carolina. The fish hatchery raises brook, brown, and rainbow trout ...