Foothills Trail

This is an 80-mile footpath extending from Table Rock State Park at its eastern terminus to Oconee State Park in the west. Its route takes the hiker through the heart of the Jocassee Gorges tract, to mountain crests with scenic views, to shady gorges and coves with special botanical features. Along its route the Foothills Trail crosses or follows most of the major streams and rivers of the Jocassee Gorges and adjacent conservation lands including Eastatoe Creek, Laurel Fork Creek, Toxaway River, Horsepasture River, Bearcamp Creek, Thompson River, Whitewater River, East Fork Creek, and Chattooga River, among others. The Foothills Trail Conference coordinates activities associated with the Foothills Trail. For information about the trail, purchasing a guidebook, and/ or membership in the Conference, write to The Foothills Trail Conference, PO Box 3041, Greenville, SC 29602, or call the Conference office at (864) 467-9537.

From Table Rock State Park to Oconee State Park
Off Hwy 11
Pickens, SC 29671
(864) 467-9537
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