Palmetto Trail lowcountry guide by Yon Lambert

Cover of: Palmetto Trail lowcountry guide | Yon Lambert

Published by Palmetto Conservation Foundation in Columbia, SC .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Palmetto Trail,
  • South Carolina

Subjects:

  • Hiking -- South Carolina -- Guidebooks.,
  • Trails -- South Carolina -- Guidebooks.,
  • Palmetto Trail -- Guidebooks.,
  • South Carolina -- Guidebooks.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 89).

Book details

Statementtext and editing, Yon Lambert, Jim Schmid, Oliver Buckles.
GenreGuidebooks.
ContributionsSchmid, Jim., Buckles, Oliver., Palmetto Conservation Foundation.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV199.42.S58 L36 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination90 p. :
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3700587M
ISBN 100967901626
LC Control Number2003266470
OCLC/WorldCa44066881

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You can get the same info for free on the PT website/5(6). The official guidebook to the Palmetto Trail from the Atlantic Coast at Awendaw, SC to the Wateree River.

Learn the history of the Lowcountry as well as find places to see, places to eat and places to stock up on supplies. Fifteen newly updated, detailed trail maps will guide you along some of South Carolina's most pristine natural scenery through Price Range: $ - $ The book was nearly useless for me.

I was looking for a guide to plan a multi-day hike on the Palmetto Trail. This is a sightseeing book for day users. Plus much of the information in the maps is old or incomplete.

You can get the same info for free on the PT website/5. The Palmetto Trail Lowcountry Guide, New Revised Edition by The Palmetto Conservation Foundation.

The official guidebook to the Palmetto Trail from the Atlantic Coast at Awendaw, SC to the Wateree River. Learn the history of the Lowcountry as well as find places to see, places to eat and places to stock up on supplies.

This Master Plan is a guide book to be used by PCF and its partners to guide the completion of the Palmetto Trail within the next ten years. The Plan additionally serves as a resource for marketing, managing, and maintaining the trail at the Palmetto Trail lowcountry guide book level and also at the local level.

The Palmetto Trail is a multi-purpose trail which connects the mountains of South Carolina to the seacoast. Most of it is unpaved and can be used for hiking, horseback riding, or mountain bicycling, although a few sections in the upstate are restricted to foot traffic only.

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King Street | Columbia, SC ph () | f () © Palmetto Conservation Foundation This site was generously sponsored by funding provided by Santee Cooper. The Palmetto Trail, a gift to South Carolina to encourage and inspire active, outdoor recreation, land conservation, and preservation of historical and cultural landmarks.

About Map Passages. Palmetto Trail. Palmetto Trail was Palmetto Trail lowcountry guide book. We are live with Mule and Inchworm who are just over halfway through their fourth Palmetto Trail thru hike!.

A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate. I recently joined a group of mountain bikers riding one of the newest sections of the Palmetto Trail.

Learn the history of the Lowcountry as well as find places to see, places to eat and places to stock up on supplies. Four additional passages and fifteen newly updated, detailed trail maps will guide you along miles of the Palmetto Trail, introducing you to the great variety of.

The Palmetto Trail is South Carolina's cross-state trail, one of only 16 trails in the country that traverse an entire state from end to end.

Though still disjunct in other parts of the state, when completed the Palmetto Trail will cover miles from the mountains of the Upstate to the coast of the Lowcountry. It's easternmost portion is the Awendaw Passage, which is miles in the. The Palmetto Trail in South Carolina is now connected together using temporary road routes.

It is miles and traverses the entire state. Hiking this trail will give you the opportunity to see, explore and learn about South Carolina. From the Mountains and wilderness trails near the Georgia border to the small and larg towns and cities.

You'll get to visit some of the state's colleges and. Cooking in the Lowcountry from The Old Post Office Restaurant.

Books: Gullah-Geechee Corridor. African American Life in the Georgia Lowcountry. Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect. Lorenzo Dow Turner: Father of Gullah Studies. The Palmetto Trail Lowcountry Guide. Edisto River Companion.

The leisure Maritime Trail takes you through the Lowcountry forest while the Long Leaf Pine Trail winds through pine uplands and the guided three-mile Palmetto.

By invitation inPalmetto Conservation Foundation spent a year exploring best practices and in August inaugurated the Palmetto Conservation Corps, the only trail-based AmeriCorps program in South Carolina. The Corps trains young people 18 to 25 in skills needed for public land management and environmental conservation.

Two sections of the Palmetto Trail cross the Lowcountry: the mile Swamp Fox and the seven-mile Awendaw passages. It’s flat, but this is the spot for serious hiking (or long-distance biking) in Charleston.

making for an excellent family-friendly walk or the perfect Lowcountry trail run. Hiking Guide: miles of easy walking on dirt. You could start by exploring the scenic 5-mile freshwater trail that connects Palmetto Bluff’s two villages, Wilson and Moreland; or admire the incomparable Lowcountry scenery while paddling.

Palmetto Bluff's expansive trail system provides even more opportunity to explore and discover the enormity of + acres. Hop on a bike, horse or go by foot on our trails that crisscross the property and connect the residential neighborhood to parks, recreational activities and the best of Wilson Village.

33 Palmetto Trail Near The Broad River 34 Poinsett State Park Loop 35 Sesquicentennial State Park Hike 36 Stevens Creek There-And-Back 37 Timmerman Trail at Congaree Creek 38 Tates Trail at Carolina Sandhills Refuge 39 Turkey Creek There-and-Back III Lowcountry 40 Awendaw Passage of the Palmetto Trail South Carolina’s premier cross-state trail system will remain open during the COVID time period.

This will allow individuals and families to get outside along their local portion of the Palmetto Trail to focus on stress relief, outdoor education and overall well being during this time. The Palmetto Conservation Foundation office will be closed, as per the governor’s executive order for.

The Awendaw Passage is the coastal end of the Palmetto Trail, and is stunningly beautiful, removed, quiet, peaceful. This trail is well worth the trip up highway The path crosses several bridges, winds through the forest, parallels beautiful Awendaw Creek.5/52 TripAdvisor reviews.

A unique and beautiful location to visit in South Carolina’s low country. Share this: Facebook; Email; WhatsApp; 04/22/ 08/31/ Easy Palmetto Trail: Awendaw Passage. One of the more beautiful Palmetto trail passages near Charleston, SC. Share this: Facebook; Email; WhatsApp; 03/03 Book, Kitchen, Hiking, Photography, Travels.

Single copies of The Lowcountry Leisure Guide may be obtained by mailing a check for $ for postage and handling to Island Communications, P.O. BoxHilton Head Island, SC e-mail.

Dec 8, - Explore Daryl Erwin's board "Palmetto Trail" on Pinterest. See more ideas about palmetto trail, palmetto, trail pins. The first Second Saturday of the new year means a new year of adventure for Lowcountry Unfiltered. In winter months we usually do a hike of some type. Last January our group took a hike to the top of Table Rock.

This year we decided on a bike ride along a portion of the Palmetto Trail. The inspiration for this trip came from a dubious source. - Explore Peggy Miller's board "Palmetto Trail" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about palmetto trail, palmetto, trail pins. But off the well-worn paths are battlefields from both the Revolutionary and Civil wars and significant guide- posts in African American history. South Carolina's culture has great variety too, from classic Southern attitudes and food to the Geechee-Gullah Cultural Heritage Corridor in the Lowcountry and the Palmetto Trail.

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The Palmetto Conservation Foundation offers a book, "The Palmetto Trail Lowcountry Guide," through its website that covers this area in detail and includes maps.

Maps also are available online for. The best way to experience Palmetto Bluff’s conservation efforts is to explore at your leisure. Whether strolling through the oak-lined expansive trail system or enjoying a quiet dip, outdoor.

The Swamp Fox and Awendaw passages of the Palmetto Trail have been recognized as the newest additions to the National Recreation Trail Program. The two passages combined will now be. But off the well-worn paths are battlefields from both the Revolutionary and Civil wars and significant guide- posts in African American history.

South Carolina's culture has great variety too, from classic Southern attitudes and food to the Geechee-Gullah Cultural Heritage Corridor in the Lowcountry and the Palmetto Trail and Scottish. The Palmetto Trail spans miles across the entire state of South Carolina starting in the town of Oconee, and ending at the Atlantic Ocean just East of Charleston, people don't have 5 months to conquer the Pacific Crest or Appalachian Trails, but don’t be discouraged; the Palmetto Trail presents you with a beautifully challenging trail that will not take the majority of a year to.

But off the well-worn paths are battlefields from both the Revolutionary and Civil wars and significant guide-posts in African American history. South Carolina’s culture has great variety too, from classic Southern attitudes and food to the Geechee-Gullah Cultural Heritage Corridor in the Lowcountry and the Palmetto Trail and Scottish.

There are several different trails within the park that are open to bikes including a section of the the mile state-wide Palmetto Trail. There is an active and thriving cycling community in.

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We’ll paddle through pristine marshes lined with spartina grass and hike part of the “Palmetto Trail,” which crosses the entire state of South Carolina. We’ll catch the ferry out to Capers Island, exploring the secluded beaches and trails, and observing numerous migratory birds.

Have you checked out the Palmetto Trail Low Country Guide. Says it includes detailed maps, but I don’t know anything about it, just found it online (it’s a book, not an online map). Also, Traillink lists some Palmetto Trail maps, but I can’t access them.

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Got another reason for you to haul your bikes to the Lowcountry this winter - Bluffton's New River Trail. This little-known section of the East Coast Greenway traverses miles of scenic and historic terrain.

Paleo Indians dating back to B.C. hunted in the area and traveled along the New River. Trail Rides through the Sea Pines Forest Preserve with Lawton Stables. Meander through the preserve on horseback for the true feel of the untouched Lowcountry. Trail riders must be at least 8 years old.

Reservations are required. PICKLEBALL AT PALMETTO DUNES.Explorer's Guide 50 Hikes in South Carolina: Walks, Hikes & Backpacking Trips from the Lowcountry Shores to the Midlands to the Mountains & Rivers of the Upstate Specific emphasis is placed on the most scenic destinations and unique places that make the Palmetto State special.

Each hike includes a helpful information section, trail map.

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