Logan Waddell

Hilton Head, Charleston, Boise, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, Aiken, Crystal Coast

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  1. The 5 Best Campsites in Francis Marion National Forest

    Charleston

    The 5 best campsites in Francis Marion National Forest are less than an hour's drive from downtown Charleston, and perfect for a quick getaway.

  2. Little Tybee Island Paddling

    Hilton Head

    The best part of Little Tybee is the challenge. First off, you have to kayak there. Don’t even try motoring a boat, because if you don’t know the creeks and sandbars like the back of your hand, you’re getting stuck.

  3. What's the Best Burger in Charleston?

    Charleston

    It's no secret that weekend warriors are all about a good, greasy burger after a day on the trail. Here's where to find them in Charleston.

  4. The Best Plantations to Visit Near Charleston

    Charleston

    Steeped in history and tradition—and of course a fair amount of controversy—the plantations of South Carolina offer a surreal glimpse into the Lowcountry's storied past.

  5. I'on Swamp

    Charleston

    This 2-mile loop provides access to some serene swampland relatively close to downtown.

  6. West Ashley Bikeway

    Charleston

    It's never too crowded and it's a great way to spend a day with the family.

  7. Sullivan's Island

    Charleston

    The relaxing way of life on Sullivan's Island makes this the perfect destination for the family to enjoy a nice bike ride.

  8. Morris Island Lighthouse

    Charleston

    An easy, scenic ride that is perfect for the family.

  9. Oak Island/Folly River

    Charleston

    Paddling the Folly River to Oak Island is a really great way to spend the day.

  10. Wando River/ Cat Island

    Charleston

    The trip to Cat Island and back is 7-miles all told. The island itself is a favorite among locals because any manner of interesting knick-knacks can be found on it: from fossils to shark teeth.

  11. Sol Legare to Sandy Point (Kiawah)

    Charleston

    Paddling from Sol Legare to Sandy Point is a trip that everyone should seriously consider doing; it will be well worth your time, as it's truly an unforgettable experience.

  12. Marrington Plantation

    Charleston

    This 12-mile trail is surprisingly technical, considering it doesn't have much elevation change. But in spite of the challenge, it's also really fun!

  13. Wannamaker North Trail

    Charleston

    8-miles of tight curves and tough changes in elevation makes this a challenging, yet extremely fun ride.

  14. South Tibwin

    Charleston

    Not a technically challenging trail, but there are some fun jumps that riders of all skill levels will enjoy.

  15. Jackson Bluff Trail

    Charleston

    The Jackson Bluff Trail provides 6.2 miles of sharp turns, steep drops, and muddy goodness.

  16. Horry County Bike Run Park

    Charleston

    This is a respected 7-mile course designed for more experienced riders looking for a high-intensity workout.

  17. Coastal Climbing Gym

    Charleston

    One of the best, most relaxed climbing gyms in the area. Finally, Charleston has a place where you can go climbing!

  18. Jones Gap State Park

    Charleston

    Jones Gap State Park isn't very well known for its climbing, but there are some really great bouldering problems within its boundaries worth checking out.

  19. Little Eastatoe Creek

    Charleston

    This park is historically tailored for day visitors coming to cool off in the blue holes and natural water slides found in the Little Eastatoe, but is quickly becoming popular among local climbers as well.

  20. Table Rock

    Boise

    If you’re up for a challenging traditional climb, you need to consider Table Rock. Don’t be discouraged by the approach, it is a fantastic climb and well worth it.

  21. 7 Foot Falls

    Charleston

    Arguably the best site for bouldering on the Chattaooga River.

  22. Riverbanks Zoo Area

    Charleston

    This bouldering area is one of many Charleston climbing destinations that is fashioned out of essentially nothing. You wouldn't expect to find enjoyable climbs at the Riverbanks Zoo area- what, with the water, onlookers, and high traffic- but this place is definitely worth looking into.

  23. Peachtree Rock Nature Conservancy

    Charleston

    This is a really cool area with some interesting boulder problems. Also, don't be afraid to invent your own problems; the locals will applaud you if you can.

  24. Swamp Fox Passage

    Charleston

    At a good pace, this is one of the best long weekend backpacking trips you can take in the entire state.

  25. Eutaw Springs Passage

    Charleston

    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.