This list represents the most popular backpacking in South Carolina. Use this list to plan your next South Carolina backpacking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.
#1 Foothills Trail, Sassafras Mountain Segment
A one or two-day hike to the summit of South Carolina's highest mountain and down to Laurel Valley and the Jocassee Gorges ...
#2 Lake Moultrie Passage
A two to three day backpack around the eastern side of Lake Moultrie that offers panoramic views of Lake Moultrie, cypress-filled ...
#3 Swamp Fox Trail
A long level, three-or-four day backpack through typical coastal pine forest and swampy wetlands. With a variety of hardwoods ...
#4 Long Cane Trail
Two to three days of hiking on a long loop trail through well-watered and rolling terrain, featuring the tall trees of Long ...
#5 Bear Island Wildlife Management Area
Up to three day's worth of hiking along old dikes in waterfowl-rich coastal marshes and through adjoining woodlands. Bear ...
#6 Buncombe Trail
A two-to-three day hike along a loop trail through mixed forest and hilly terrain. The Buncombe Trail is a long loop through ...
#7 Turkey Creek Trail
A one-to-two day hike on a linear trail following the banks of Wine, Turkey and Stevens Creeks in the Savannah River Valley, ...
#8 Congaree National Park: Kingsnake Trail
Explore the country’s last old-growth, lowland forest on an easy weekend in Congaree’s ﬂat, wildlife-packed terra ...
How sweet to see both ospreys and kingfishers on this paddling trip! I made the trip in about three hours--the current is gentle enough and even the upstream is not too difficult See More
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