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The Foothills Trail, a 76.2-mile trail, is located in Upstate South Carolina and Western North Carolina. Whether you’re looking for a day hike or planning a multi-day thru-hike, the trail offers adventures of every length and difficulty. Thru-hikers should plan to spend approximately 5-10 days on the trail, while weekend backpackers and day-hikers can utilize numerous trailheads for shorter trips. Not only does the Foothills Trail offer a superior hiking experience (Backpacker magazine rated it as “one of the best long trails in the country”), it also provides access to some spectacular waterfalls for sightseers and photographers.

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Available on

  • iPhone
  • Android
  • Desktop browser
  • iPad
  • Android tablet
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Included in purchase

The Foothills Trail, a 76.2-mile trail, is located in Upstate South Carolina and Western North Carolina. Whether you’re looking for a day hike or planning a multi-day thru-hike, the trail offers adventures of every length and difficulty. Thru-hikers should plan to spend approximately 5-10 days on the trail, while weekend backpackers and day-hikers can utilize numerous trailheads for shorter trips. Not only does the Foothills Trail offer a superior hiking experience (Backpacker magazine rated it as “one of the best long trails in the country”), it also provides access to some spectacular waterfalls for sightseers and photographers.

$10.99

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About Our Partner

The Foothills Trail Conservancy was established on May 23, 1974 as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization to promote and support the development of the Foothills Trail. It established as its purpose “the coordination of groups and individuals interested in advancing, completion, use and maintenance of the Foothills Trail.”

Learn More About the FTC