Upstate South Carolina sits atop the Blue Ridge Escarpment, a geological formation known to the Cherokee people as "The Blue Wall." In this region, nearly every river, creek, or stream at some point forms a waterfall. Many of them are spectacular, and most are accessible to the average hiker on a day hike. This edition guide includes 125 hikes ranging in length from a few hundred feet to 6 miles round-trip. Each entry covers everything you need to know: photos, detailed driving and hiking directions, estimated hiking time, and trail difficulty, as well as waterfall class, rating, height, and more.