Raven Cliff Falls

8155 Geer Highway

Cleveland, SC 29635


Phone: (864) 836-6115

City: Cleveland

Region: Mountains

Raven Cliff Falls

Raven Cliff Falls is the highest waterfall in South Carolina, tumbling 400 feet as Matthews Creek descends to The Dismal in the Mountain Bridge Wilderness. Located in Caesars Head State Park, the trail to the falls is a moderate 2.2 mile hike. The Gum Gap/ Foothills Trail leads to the top of the falls.

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