MEMBER CENTER: Join The Community, Be Recognized, Post, Share, Vote, Rate, Comment.

MEMBER CENTER: Join The Community, Be Recognized, Post, Share, Vote, Rate, Comment.





Create an account


Votes

In my lightboxes:

Cold Spring Branch Trail
Photo By John K. Webb, Ii

  • Title: Cold Spring Branch Trail
  • State/Province/Region: South Carolina
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: US Highway #276
  • Nearest Town: Greenville, SC
  • Brief Directions: Follow Hiway 276 North for approximately 30 miles. Pass the entrance to Caesars Head Park and go 1.1 miles to a small parking area. There are 3 trails heads originating from here.
  • Notes: I prefer to begin on the Cold Spring Branch trail until it dead ends into the Jones Gap trail. Follow the Jones Gap trail north until the signs for Tom Miller trail which will return to parking area. Total distance is about 5 miles. Each season brings a very distinct look and feel to this section of the South Carolina foothills. I come here quite often.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Gear: Good hiking boots (some small water crossings), small tripod and
This Photo Has Been Viewed 1091 times
  • Edit Image Details

0 Comments

You have been blocked from submitting comments.

Add Comment

 

Click here to view our Interactive Gallery Terms & Conditions.

Most Recent Gallery Comments

  • Re: River Of Fog

    Re: River Of Fog

    Posted on Sunday 17 August, 2014 by Deborah Freeman.

    This is a wonderful image. from your notes it moved you and I can understand why.

  • Re: Daisy Droops

    Re: Daisy Droops

    Posted on Saturday 16 August, 2014 by Dan Abbett.

    Very nice.

  • Re: Point Lobos

    Re: Point Lobos

    Posted on Friday 15 August, 2014 by Seung Won Jung.

    Photo or Art?..I am confused,

  • Re: Flowers And Rock

    Re: Flowers And Rock

    Posted on Sunday 10 August, 2014 by David Spaulding.

    Thank you Seung Won I appreciate the comment. This is one of my favorite places to hike.

  • Re: River Of Fog

    Re: River Of Fog

    Posted on Saturday 9 August, 2014 by Kevin Russell.

    Thank you very much David, I feel blessed to have seen this, let alone capture it too.