Ellicott Rock Wilderness
Explore the dark second growth forests
of the Ellicott Rock Wilderness.
Bisected by the Chattooga Wild and Scenic River,
this area has a rain forest like beauty that will
appeal to most hikers. Perched on the South Carolina
border, what is now the wilderness area was first
surveyed by Andrew Ellicott in 1811.
TO THE WILDERNESS
|Congaree National Park
tract of "Bottom Land" Old Growth Forest
in the midlands of South Carolina. Solitude is possible
in this under-used wilderness area.
Large Loblolly Pines and Bald Cyprus dominate the
forest and give a dense cover over this dark misty
forest. This is a must see, if you like uncrowded