Eutaw Springs Passage

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Summary

This 20-mile trail takes you through grassy fields, pastures, and orchards and ends in a small town where a Revolutionary War battle once took place.

Written by

Logan Waddell

Destination Distance From Downtown

45.7 miles

Difficulty

2 of 5 diamonds

2

Time To Complete

2 days

Seasonality

Year-Round

Dog Friendly

Yes

Fees Permits

No

Land Website

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Review

Eutaw Springs Passage is a chance to backpack through rural South Carolina, from Eutaw Springs to Santee. Portions of the trail are nothing more than dirt roads used by local growers, and the 20 mile trail ends in the humble town of Eutaw Springs, site of a Revolutionary War battle. This trail will lead you through and alongside grassy fields, pastures, and market stands where you would be crazy not to stop and gorge yourself on fresh peaches. Not many trails give you the chance to hike out in the open among the Carolina countryside, but the Eutaw Springs Passage delivers this experience. Stop ignoring your inner hitch-hiker and try out this section of the Palmetto Trail.

Location

Eutaw Springs Passage

Charleston, SC,
33.39379, -80.347567

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