Yellow Branch Falls can be reached by a moderate 1.5-mile hike through the Sumter National Forest. This cascading waterfall is 50 feet high and 75 feet wide, and has camping and picnic areas nearby.
Jason Furda of Pittsburgh took this closeup of the Yellow Branch Falls on a visit to upstate South Carolina in June 2004.
He writes: “I love the many cascades this waterfall contains. Water changes direction so many times on its path downward, and the almost glowing green moss on the rocks contrasts the red and black rocks quite well.”
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