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Hiking the Enoree Passage: A Guide to the Palmetto Trail

Updated: Jan 24

Group of people smiling before starting their Hike on the Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail
SC7 Hiking the Trail

Explore the awesome Enoree Passage, a fantastic 36-mile trail winding through Sumter National Forest. It's like stepping into your nature show where you're the star!

As you trek along, picture the Native Americans who walked these lands for ages and imagine the Revolutionary War campsites bustling with soldiers planning their next moves.

The Enoree Passage has a bit of everything – easy strolls on rolling hills and some tougher climbs. Whether you're up for a challenge or just want to soak in the views, there's a part of the trail that's perfect for you. Plus, there are lots of spots to chill out and take a breather.

You can tackle the whole trail over a couple of days or just do a day hike if you're short on time.

Before you go, check out the Palmetto Conservation Foundation website for any updates about the trail.

Here are some tips for your Enoree Passage adventure:

  • Pick the trail section that suits your style and energy levels.

  • Don't forget to pack lots of water and snacks, especially when it's hot out.

  • Wear comfy hiking boots and bug spray.

  • Take your camera and binoculars for awesome sights!

  • Remember to keep the place tidy and respect its natural beauty.

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