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Reservations are required for all outings.

Fees for outings must be paid prior to the event, unless stated otherwise.  If payment is not received, your spot will be given to the next person on the waiting list.

After registering for an event, participants will receive an email the week of the event with directions, details, and a list of what to bring.  If you have questions or need to change your reservation, please contact us at (803)771-0870.

PCF members hike for free!  Click HERE to become a member.


Ladies (& Men) Hike- February 8, 2014
Musgrove Mill and Blackstock Battlefields

After last month's 
hike was cancelled due to severe weather, we have decided to reschedule this once in a lifetime opportunity for February! Join us on a guided hike through the Revolutionary War battle sites of Blackstock and Musgrove Mill. George Fields, an experienced historian who is familiar with the area will guide our hike this month. Come and enjoy the beautiful scenery and exciting history that South Carolina has to offer! 
Also, be sure to invite a date for this hike! This is the one month of the year that the Ladies of the Palmetto Trail open its registration for men and women! 

 

Length: 3 miles

 

Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

 

Trailhead: Musgrove Mill State Historic Site

 

Time: 10:30 a.m.

 

Carpool: Columbia- 722 King Street at 8:15 a.m.

 

Fees: Members- Free Non-members- $5

 

Bring: Lunch, sunscreen, water, warm clothing

 

Special Notice: This hike is open to everyone! Not just women! 

 

Register: Email Katherine Anderson at kanderson@palmettoconservation.org or call 803-261-3225


SPECIAL NOTICE:  If you would like to volunteer your services as a trail guide on the Palmetto Trail or local waterways please contact our office at (803)771-0870. 


 
     
 
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