The Ross Mountain Passage connects the Stumphouse Passage, with access to the Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park, to Oconee State Park and the Oconee Passage. The Passage traverses beautiful hardwoods within the Sumter National Forest's Andrew Pickens District, a one-and-a-half-mile gravel road stretch skimming the slope of Ross Mountain, elevation 1804 feet, and a mountain laurel thicket on the edge of the Oconee State Park. Within the state park, you can visit the historic water wheel site constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps and connect with the Foothills Trail or numerous state park trails leading to the campground, cabins and day-use area. Hikers can choose to stay in the park or travel onward to the Oconee Passage. For more information about the passage and to access a pdf copy of our maps please go to https://palmettoconservation.org/palmetto-trail/ If you are interested in getting involved with the trail or would like to make a donation please visit https://palmettoconservation.org/get-involved/
Vendor: Palmetto Conservation Foundation
Category: Parks & Forests
Activities: Hiking, Cycling
Size: 6.1 MB
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