Wyndham Resort at Fairfield Sapphire Valley
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... then right on FSR-715A. This turn can be tricky to find as it’s not on most maps or GPS. In about three-quarters of a mile, we pulled into a parking area just before the bridge over Tamassee Creek and got ready for our next hike. Lee Falls is a really beautiful waterfall, but a bit tough to find as there’s no trail. Once we were ready, we started hiking through the field past the gate. The last time I was here, it was raining, but ...
... back. Although the weather was dry, we saw a lot of colorful mushrooms and other fungi along our hikes this weekend. Back at the car, we made the white-knuckle drive back up and then got back on US-76 towards Long Creek. We got on Turkey Ridge Road (FSR 755) and drove about 3 miles to the turnaround at the end of the road. From here, we began hiking down FSR 755I for about a half-mile to the end of this road. Along the way, we some some interesting flower ...
... complete stop and put the car in first gear to get up the hills. After two miles, I parked right before Shunkawauken Falls. This roadside waterfall is quite high; surprising, considering how high on the mountain it is. I got a couple of pictures of the waterfall and of the views over Columbus far below the mountain. After enjoying the view, I returned to the car and drove back to the highway and made my way ...
Sunday morning, we woke up and broke camp. After saying good-bye to all our friends, Sandy and I headed to Gorges State Park. At the visitor center, we turned left and drove to the Bearwallow Falls parking area. After getting ready, we hiked the short Bearwallow Falls Trail to the overlook for the waterfall. Unfortunately, with all the foliage, the view of the ...
... Gorges State Park and parked along the side of Brewer Road. The unofficial Thompson River Trail begins from here. We walked along the gated logging road for about a mile, passing the side trail to High Falls. The trail then switchbacked down and led to a ford across Thompson River. When I had been here before, we were able to rock-hop across the river during near drought conditions, but the water level was too high today so we had to ...