Twin Falls – Eastatoe Valley, South Carolina

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Twin Falls – also known as Rock Falls, Reedy Cove Falls, and Eastatoe Falls – is just a quick 15-minute hike into the Eastatoe Valley (pronounced “EAST-a-tow-ee”). The trail culminates at an observation deck. Like many of the waterfalls in South Carolina, the Twin Falls are best viewed after a good rain.

Twin Falls

Steven Faucette of Williamston, 2011 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

The left and largest of the falls is 75 feet high and flows over a tall granite slab. The waterfall on the right cascades down a 45-degree pitch. At their base, the two falls merge and continue down Reedy Cove Creek.

Twin Falls Eastatoe Valley

Tim Ellenburg of Williamston, 2015 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

The hiking trail to Twin Falls begins in a parking lot near Pickens. The trail goes through a private nature preserve, but it is open for public use.

Twin Falls SC

Steven Faucette of Williamston, 2011 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Reflections on Twin Falls

Contributor Tim Ellenburg describes his wintry image above, taken on February 24, 2015, as follows: “I drove up to see what the snow had left behind to find this beauty.”

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JohnNo Gravatar says:
May 30th, 2013 at 9:20 am

kool pics


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