Brasstown Falls

Off Brasstown Road (Co. Rd. 48), on FS Road 751

Westminster, SC 29693

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Phone: (864) 638-9568

City: Westminster

Region: Mountains

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Brasstown Falls

In Sumter National Forest, Brasstown Falls' three cascades fall 120 feet in the scenic Brasstown Valley. From the bottom of the falls, you can see it is actually three drops named (in top down order) Brasstown Cascades, Brasstown Veil, and Brasstown Sluice. DIFFICULTY: Moderate. TIME: 20 minutes.

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