"Last Falls on Slickum Creek" gets its unofficial name from... well, being the last falls on Slickum Creek. It's an easy 5 minute hike to this waterfall, which is right off of US 276. It's also known to be a great place for wading and fishing.
1. From the Post Office in Cleveland where US 276 and SC 11 meet, take 276 fo 4.8 miles to a metal culvert running under the road where Slickum Creek runs and eventually dumps into the Saluda River.
2. Park on the side of the road at this culvert.
3. To the left of the culvert, there is a trail tat you can follow for 100 feet to the waterfall.
As we just provide information, if you have a question regarding a particular trail, it is best to contact the source listed. We encourage good stewardship of our natural resources. Be prepared for your outing and Leave No Trace of your visit. For more hiking and waterfall trips, check out the publications of Milestone Press.
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