South Carolina

 
Charleston to McClellanville ( 81 Miles)

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Cooper River (98 Miles)

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Great Pee Dee  & Waccamaw River Loop (76 Miles)

This near true loop offers options for either end:  Start and finish along with food and fuel. While the main route is marked, there are a few paths that remain unexplored.  The intrepid rider will no doubt push this trail to triple digits.

Hilton Head, SC to Savannah, GA (88 Miles)

This cross-state-line trail begins on the SC side with a loop around Skull Island followed by a view of the Hilton Head Island community.  Heading south and over the border offers a chance to explore the lower Savannah area while stretching the marked trail to over 100 miles.

 
Johns & Wadmalaw Island Loop (69 Miles)

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Lake Jocassee (42 Miles)

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Lake Keowee (45 Miles)

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Lake Marion (87 Miles)

This eastern SC compound will offer the average rec. rider a full day's worth of trail riding. The north track will place you on the bottom of the Congaree river, while the south end heads toward the adjoining Lake Moultrie. Plan your ride wisely - it won't take much effort to hit 100 miles of trail. 

 
Little River to Carolina Beach, NC (100 Miles)

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Santee River Loop (81 Miles)

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Savannah River - Upper (148 Miles)

This eastern SC compound will offer the average rec. rider a full day's worth of trail riding. The north track will place you on the bottom of the Congaree river, while the south end heads toward the adjoining Lake Moultrie. Plan your ride wisely - it won't take much effort to hit 100 miles of trail. 

 
Savannah River - Central (124 Miles)

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Savannah River - Lower (115 Miles)

While this trail begins and ends in GA, it serves as a state line between the two states and has earned its place on this page.  This trail can also be combined with the "Hilton Head Island to Savannah, GA" track to make for a long day or a weekend full of riding.

 
Waccamaw River - Central (52 Miles)

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Waccamaw River - Lower (97 Miles)

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Waccamaw River - SC (70 Miles)

By launching near the center point, you'll have the option of carving your way upriver or down. With no fuel on the water to be found, monitoring your mileage will be important. The center portion of each trail will increase in difficulty, but wider travel can be found on the ends.