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The Palmetto Trail: Croft Passage

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This passage of the Palmetto Trail leads through historic Croft State Park.


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13.0

Miles

20.9

KM

95%

Runnable

827' 252 m

High

538' 164 m

Low

1,320' 402 m

Up

1,309' 399 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

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Description

The Croft Passage is a shared use trail with many rolling hills. Croft State Park was formerly known as Camp Croft, a World War II era training center. The trail starts at the Glenn Springs Passage trailhead and follows several ridges, crosses streams, and hugs parts of Kelsey Creek. The trail crosses Fairforest Creek with the 65 foot long “Advance America” expansion bridge. This is the longest foot bridge in the SC State Park Service. Also notable on the trail are the remains of a number of old homesteads. Croft Passage connects the Hub City and Glenn Springs Passages.

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