Blue wall Passage Preserve Trail and waterfall Loop

Cleveland, South Carolina 29635

Blue wall Passage Preserve Trail and waterfall Loop

Blue wall Passage Preserve Trail & waterfall Loop Professional Review and Guide

"Blue Wall Passage is part of the Palmetto Trail, a 425-mile project that, when completed, will be South Carolina’s largest bicycle and pedestrian trail system. The Palmetto Trail features primitive pathways along mountaintops, forests, and some rail-to-trail conversions.

The Blue Wall Passage, named for its drastic and sudden 3,000-foot shift in elevation, forming an abrupt “blue wall,” is at the easternmost portion of the Blue Ridge Escarpment and provides captivating views of the surrounding mountains, lakes, and a waterfall."

Blue wall Passage Preserve Trail & waterfall Loop Reviews

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7/13/2018
Easy to find trailhead w parking for maybe six cars a short way off Lake Lanier between Tryon NC and Landrum SC. Well delineated for most of the way on old unpaved service roads. The waterfall loop just above the second pond is worth the trip.
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Trail Information

Cleveland
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
3.2
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
2.25 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
1,155 feet
Trailhead Elevation
1,396 feet
Top Elevation

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Aug 2018