Riley Moore Falls

Off Cobb Bridge Rd (Co. Rd. 37), on Spy Rock Rd (F

Westminster, SC 29693

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Phone: (864) 638-9568

City: Westminster

Region: Mountains

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Riley Moore Falls

Riley Moore Falls is a relatively short cascade of about 12 feet, but is 100 feet wide. It once powered a mill and is now used occasionally by Class VI whitewater paddlers. The 45 minute, moderate 1 mile hike is worth the travel time. Watch for clusters of daisy fleabane and fern, plus numerous azaleas adorning the falls during springtime.

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