- Stumphouse Passage (1.5 Mile Hiking Trail & 2.5 Mile Mountain Bike Park)
- Oconee Passage
- Eastatoe Passage
- Blue Ridge Electric Co-Op Passage (Jocassee Gorges)
- Roundtop Mountain
- Middle Saluda Passage
- Saluda Mountains Passage
- Poinsett Reservoir Passage
- Blue Wall Passage
- Peach Country Passage
- USC Upstate Passage
- Hub City Connector
- Croft Passage
- Glenn Springs Passage
- Blackstock Battlefield Passage
- Enoree Passage
- Lynch’s Woods Passage
- Peak to Prosperity Passage
- Capital City Passage
- Fort Jackson Passage
- Wateree Passage
- High Hills of Santee Passage
- Lake Marion Passage
- Santee Passage
- Eutaw Springs Passage
- Lake Moultrie Passage
- Swamp Fox Passage
- Awendaw Passage
Stumphouse Passage (1.5 Mile Hiking Trail & 2.5 Mile Mountain Bike Park)
Walhalla has been named the newest Upstate Terminus of the Palmetto Trail! This section will also be...
Eastatoe Passage Update:
Due to the massive rainfall and flooding of the Eastatoe Passage last week in the Jocassee Gorges, the two fiberglass bridges along...
Blue Ridge Electric Co-Op Passage (Jocassee Gorges)
Blue Ridge Electric Co-Op Passage winds through remote and rugged areas, and rewards hikers with an abundance of native flowers and wildlife, mountaintop vistas, waterfalls,...
The passage adds a 5.1-mile forested footpath and creates opportunities for circular hikes in the Jocassee Gorges wilderness in Pickens County. Roundtop Mountain Passage is located between the Foothills Trail and...
Middle Saluda Passage
Middle Saluda Passage is resplendent with waterfalls, dramatic (and challenging) elevation changes, and diverse ecosystems. The passage (marked with Palmetto Trail signs) connects about 14 miles of existing trails (with...
Saluda Mountains Passage
Saluda Mountains Passage runs along the ridge defining the northern perimeter of the Poinsett Watershed and the border between the Carolinas. The 19,000-acre watershed is a pristine wilderness area with...
Poinsett Reservoir Passage
Poinsett Reservoir Passage travels the mountain ridges along the northern boundary of Poinsett Watershed. This pristine watershed of 19,000 acres contains the headwaters feeding Poinsett Reservoir of the Greenville Water...
Blue Wall Passage
The Blue Wall Passage crosses pristine natural areas managed by The Nature Conservancy and home to more than 100 species of birds. Wildlife, scenery, and a 30-foot cascading waterfall on...
Peach Country Passage
Notice: Howard Gap Rd. at the intersection of Windmill Rd. and N Howard Street has been closed and the street sign removed. The Peach Country Passage still...
USC Upstate Passage
Notice: This Passage is currently CLOSED. We will update once the Passage is re-opened in the future.This 1.3-mile passage of the Palmetto Trail begins on the campus of...
Hub City Connector
The Hub City Connector is about nine Trail miles of greenways, bicycle lanes, and safe, signed sidewalks through the city of Spartanburg. The connector travels along the city's Mary Black...
Croft Passage is a roller coaster for hikers, cyclists, and equestrians (watch signs for designated areas) through historic Croft State Park. Near the southern trailhead, the 65-foot “Advance America” Bridge—the...
Glenn Springs Passage
Rolling farmlands, mature forests, and the historic town of Glenn Springs highlight the Glenn Springs Passage. In the 19th century, Glenn Springs was known for the health benefits...
Blackstock Battlefield Passage
Blackstock Battlefield Passage offers four miles of nature trails, camping, and first-rate mountain biking along a remote section of the Tyger River where Revolutionary War patriots defeated the British. On...
NOTICE: There is currently no water at the north trailhead to the Enoree Passage at Sedalia Campground. The waterline is currently being replaced and we will give...
Lynch’s Woods Passage
Lynch’s Woods Park is a well-kept secret tucked behind a strip of businesses off Hwy 76 on the south side of the charming city of Newberry. Created by the 1930s...
Peak to Prosperity Passage
* This trail will be closed on 3/30 for our True to the Brew Race!As of 2/13/19, there has been a sighting of bear tracks...
Capital City Passage
Capital City Passage, the first urban passage on the Palmetto Trail, features South Carolina's largest city and seat of state government. The passage follows city sidewalks through beautiful neighborhoods, past city parks...
Fort Jackson Passage
NOTICE: An area between miles 6-8 were logged but have been remarked and should be navigable, use caution.Fort Jackson Passage takes you through the heart and into...
NOTICE: Our Trail Coordinators and Volunteers are working hard to repair railing along trestle #5 on the Wateree Passage. We ask that hikers please not lean on the...
High Hills of Santee Passage
NOTICE: The area between mile 6 and 7 has been clear cut, so reroute by taking a right on Center Trail Rd. just past mile 6 and hike to Poinsett...
Lake Marion Passage
April 2019: Jacks Creek Landing and RV Camping area is closed.
NOTICE: The 301 bridge will be closed indefinitely beginning August 1, 2017. For more information and updates, please see the...
REROUTE INFORMATION: On Hwy 210 take a right on Avenger Drive where Macon Rd and Avenger Drive intersect Hwy 210. Stay on Avinger Drive and take a right...
Eutaw Springs Passage
NOTICE: Farm Hill Circle to Richardson Road has been logged along the Eutaw Springs Passage. We ask that hikers avoid this area until our Trail Coordinators are able...
Lake Moultrie Passage
NOTICE: The two hand pump wells at the primitive campsites inside the East and North Dikes of Lake Moultrie have been removed, as well as, at the Sandy...
Swamp Fox Passage
At 47 miles, the Swamp Fox Passage is the longest section of the cross-state Palmetto Trail. The passage traverses four distinct ecosystems through Francis Marion National Forest, including swamps made...
Awendaw Passage is the coastal terminus of the mountains-to-sea Palmetto Trail. The Trail’s namesake trees greet users at the Buck Hall Recreation Area trailhead. Starting at the Intracoastal Waterway, the...