Take This Sunrise Hike To One Of The Most Beautiful Points In South Carolina
In search of the perfect place to watch a sunrise in South Carolina? There are countless places that fit that description. But taking this one short hike early in the morning will yield an unforgettable sunrise experience in the Palmetto State.
Head to Folly Beach and take a left onto East Ashley Avenue and then follow it to the end. Find a legal spot to park your car and hit the trail. It starts here.
It's not a terribly long "hike" on this trail but,
any sunrise hike means you should bring a flashlight along.
The hike should take you no more than 10 minutes through the sand on a well-cut path.
You're headed to one of the best spots in the Lowcountry ...
...to catch a breathtaking sunrise.
Folks have been awestruck by this particular view of the sun coming up behind the Morris Island Light for the last 140 years. That's how old the lighthouse is.
It's a view you can never get tired of and perhaps never see too many times. After, enjoy this secluded beach and all the treasures it has to offer.
The sun rising behind the Morris Island Light is perhaps as iconic to South Carolina as is the palmetto tree.
This is one sunrise you’re sure to never forget. Have you already taken this hike at sunrise? We’d love to see your photos in our comments on Facebook!
If you’d like to learn more about the Morris Island Lighthouse then read Here Are 9 Facts About The Morris Island Lighthouse.
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