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Naturaland Trust Trail #14

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 3.8 (5)

Naturaland Trust Trail is a rugged point-to-point trail.


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5.3

Miles

8.5

KM

74%

Runnable

3,069' 935 m

High

1,540' 469 m

Low

1,593' 486 m

Up

1,603' 489 m

Down

11%

Avg Grade (7°)

54%

Max Grade (29°)

Dogs Unknown

Features River/Creek · Waterfall · Wildlife

Description

Naturaland Trust Trail is a rugged day-run from the top of Caesar's Head through a cove forest, looping around to cross Raven Cliff Falls on a swinging footbridge. The Naturaland Trust Trail and its access trails make almost a complete circle from the summit of Caesar's Head, along the way passing beneath a rock formation called the Cathedral and over a bridge across roaring Raven Cliff Falls.

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Shared By:

Gary Roberson

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  3.8 from 5 votes

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  3.8 from 5 votes
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Coming up Naturaland Trust Trail - Headed to the suspension bridge
Nov 7, 2020 near Slater-…, SC
The Cathedral's colossal cliffs are truly a sight to see.
Feb 15, 2017 near Slater-…, SC
Hard to research, so here is BC site #D3, no fires, pet friendly, water access is behind me down a very steep embankment not easy after a long hike, easier if gotten before getting to camp. Closes to Moonshine and Confusion Falls trail to enjoy longer.
Dec 2, 2018 near Slater-…, SC
Upper section of Raven Cliff Falls.
Dec 25, 2018 near Slater-…, SC
Hard to research, so here is BC site #D2, no fires, pet friendly, like a 2 level area water access is smaller behind me right side down a small challenging embankment (easier than D3), easier if gotten at falls or Matthews Creek before getting to camp.
Dec 2, 2018 near Slater-…, SC
Alternate access to Moonshine and Confusion Falls by crossing Matthews Creek using Asbury Trail across private camp land that allows seasonal access to Asbury trail currently. Also, easy spot for water before the campsites with water more of challenge.
Dec 2, 2018 near Slater-…, SC

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