Pigpen and Licklog Falls

Mountain Rest, South Carolina

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Ideal! This trail gives you two great waterfalls back to back. With a perfect camping area at Pigpen Falls and a fabulous flow straight out into the Wild and Scenic Chattooga River, Licklog Falls is yet another treat to be found along this amazing river.
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by Melissa Watson (Falcon Guides)

Ideal! This trail gives you two great waterfalls back to back. With a perfect camping area at Pigpen Falls and a fabulous flow straight out into the Wild and Scenic Chattooga River, Licklog Falls is yet another treat to be found along this amazing river.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Mountain Rest
Distance: 2.2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 1 hour, 10 minutes
Local Contacts: Sumter National Forest
Local Maps: DeLorme: South Carolina Atlas & Gazetteer: Page 16 H1; DeLorme: Georgia Atlas & Gazetteer: Page 16 C4
Driving Directions: Directions to Pigpen and Licklog Falls

Recent Trail Reviews

8/5/2012
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Lick Log and Pigpen Falls was the last day of our 4 day trek but we wish we could've spent more time here. There is a 3rd fall that isn't well known that flows directly into the river so make sure to take the unmarked side trails to explore a little. Also the upper part of Lick Log Falls has another upper tier that isn't viewable from the lower part, so make the climb up there is a 2nd whole lagoon to swim in with two falls pouring into this lagoon, A little bit further down the trail after crossing the bridge is the top of the 2nd falls, I understood this to be Pigpen falls but i might have the names backwards. There are a few side trails that go to the middle tier and about a 1/8th of a mile from that point there is a side trail down to the 3rd fall that pours directly into the Chattooga River. This area was awesome, i highly recommend setting up a main camp and exploring from this area for more than one day.



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