With 20 Trestles And Footbridges, This Little-Known Section Of The Palmetto Trail In South Carolina Is Unexpectedly Magical

Love all things pertaining to trains as well as nature? Combine a love of all rail fanning things with your love of the outdoors when you explore a former railroad path in South Carolina that now features a total of 20 trestles and footbridges over a span of just 10.7 miles. The Peak to Prosperity Passage of the Palmetto Trail in South Carolina just may be the best segment of the entire hike which covers nearly 500 miles across the state. (But trust us: there are other fantastic segments, too!)

You can learn more about the Foundation and how to get involved by visiting the Palmetto Conservation Foundation on the web. Find out more about the Peak to Prosperity Passage trail in South Carolina here, and by visiting our friends at AllTrails.com.

For more rail fanning fun, hop on a trail near Walhalla that features the ruins of two abandoned train tunnels. Read more about it: The Amazing Blue Ridge Railroad Trail In South Carolina Leads To 2 Unfinished Train Tunnels.

 

 

Address: Peak To Prosperity Passage of the Palmetto Trail, Palmetto Trail, Pomaria, SC 29126, USA