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.
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.
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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