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Gorges State Park
View south towards SC off the Visitor Center back deck. (2012-11-06)
Request #22279 hi-res [4288 x 2848]

Gorges State Park
View south towards the Grassy Ridge parking lot from just below the VC.
K. Bischof (2012-04-09)
Request #22228 hi-res [4288 x 2848]

Gorges State Park
Lake Jocassee/Canebrake Campsites
View of Lake Jocassee from the southern most campsite located along the east bank of the lake.
K. Bischof (2013-01-03)
Request #22216 hi-res [3200 x 560]

Gorges State Park
Lake Jocassee/Canebrake Campsites
View west, to the right the Toxaway River flows into Lake Jocassee on the left. The lake levels are very low in this picture with normal pool being approximately 20' higher than photographed in this picture.
K. Bischof (2013-01-03)
Request #22218 hi-res [3200 x 560]

Gorges State Park
Lake Jocassee/Canebrake Campsites
View of the confluence of Toxaway Creek and Toxaway River. Also visible is the Foothills Trail suspension bridge over the Toxaway River.
K. Bischof (2013-01-03)
Request #22217 hi-res [3200 x 560]

Gorges State Park
Gorges Overlook
View from Gorges Overlook viewing southeast towards Bearwallow Valley and SC.
K. Bischof (2012-04-13)
Request #22108 hi-res [4288 x 2848]

Gorges State Park
Sunset over Grassy Ridge Parking Lot.
K. Bischof (2012-09-07)
Request #21808 hi-res [4288 x 2848]

Gorges State Park
View south towards SC and GA from the Visitor Center back deck. This view is completely handicap accessible.
K. Bischof (2012-10-15)
Request #21759 hi-res [4182 x 2732]

Gorges State Park
Chub Line Falls
To get to and find this waterfall, above level endurance is needed (Over 6 miles of hiking, some over very steep terrain) in addition to navigation skills. There is no marked trail to this falls. It is recommended that the visitors of Gorges State Park enjoy other, both substantial and equally beautiful waterfalls located within the park.
K. Bischof (2011-12-26)
Request #17324 hi-res [3633 x 2189]

Gorges State Park
Chub Line Falls
To get to and find this waterfall, above level endurance is needed (Over 6 miles of hiking, some over very steep terrain) in addition to navigation skills. There is no marked trail to this falls. It is recommended that the visitors of Gorges State Park enjoy other, both substantial and equally beautiful waterfalls located within the park.
K. Bischof (2011-12-26)
Request #17323 hi-res [4197 x 2627]

Gorges State Park
Lower Bearwallow Falls
There are several things to note about Lower Bearwallow Falls. First, this falls is different than Upper Bearwallow Falls. Second, there is no trail that leads to Lower Bearwallow Falls. To get to and find this waterfall, above level endurance is needed (Over 8 miles of hiking, some over very steep terrain) in addition to navigation skills. There is no marked trail to this falls. Thirdly, as with many waterfalls in this region, Lower Bearwallow Falls has many rare and endangered plant species in and around the falls area that are found few if no other places. Excess traffic can threaten and damage these species. While this waterfall is documented on many pieces of literature, it is recommended that the visitors of Gorges State Park enjoy the other, both substantial and equally beautiful waterfalls located within the park.
K. Bischof (2011-12-25)
Request #17308 hi-res [4188 x 2308]

Gorges State Park
Lower Bearwallow Falls
There are several things to note about Lower Bearwallow Falls. First, this falls is different than Upper Bearwallow Falls. Second, there is no trail that leads to Lower Bearwallow Falls. To get to and find this waterfall, above level endurance is needed (Over 8 miles of hiking, some over very steep terrain) in addition to navigation skills. There is no marked trail to this falls. Thirdly, as with many waterfalls in this region, Lower Bearwallow Falls has many rare and endangered plant species in and around the falls area that are found few if no other places. Excess traffic can threaten and damage these species. While this waterfall is documented on many pieces of literature, it is recommended that the visitors of Gorges State Park enjoy the other, both substantial and equally beautiful waterfalls located within the park.
K. Bischof (2011-12-25)
Request #17307 hi-res [2718 x 4002]
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