The tallest waterfall in South Carolina is also one of the most challenging to see. But at an estimated 400 feet, it’s worthy of the efforts – as long as you’re up for the task of seeking it out. Unsurprisingly, there’s a series of trails through the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area that lead to a couple of breathtaking views of Raven Cliff Falls and anyone who’s hiked this strenuous trail will tell you it’s a huge accomplishment.

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Want to hike this trail? It’s mandatory to register with the state park at the Visitor Center before embarking on the journey. Most people take 5-8 hours to complete this hike. A map of the trail is available for sale at the Visitor Center. You can also download an app to guide your hike from AllTrails.

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