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Heute war der Tag der Umwege. Es fing schon in Ashville an wo wir durch einen Lastwagen der auf dem Highway umgekippt war, etwas aus dem Konzept gebracht wurden und endete mit einer sehr dürftigen Karte für den Weg zu den Cherokee. Diese Karte war sogar für uns OL-Läufer eine Herausforderung! Wir sind übrigens ohne GPS unterwegs da bei der …
... 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.
... the car, we left the park and got back on SC-11, stopping for a
roadside waterfall on our way back to Caesars Head. Wildcat Branch Falls is a nice cascading
waterfall right on the side of SC-11 between US-276 and Jones Gap. There is a nice-sized parking area here and a
vendor had set up a truck selling boiled peanuts, ice cream, and other
snacks. We stopped for just a couple
walk along Reedy Cove Creek, passing a waterwheel on the way. Just past this is a wooden platform
overlooking the falls. As the name
implies, there are two falls – Reedy Cove splits into a tall freefall to the
left and a cascade to the right, with the two streams meeting up at the bottom. The views from the platform were nice, but
the cascades to the right were somewhat obscured by foliage so ...
... Then another field and another stream crossing and then another. Finally, after the third field, we headed onto what looked more like a trail heading through the woods. There were more stream crossings and the trail got narrower and harder to follow. As we got closer to the falls, we saw a snapping turtle in the middle of the trail. I had never seen one completely out of the water before (although it was raining enough that the trail ...