Yellow Branch Falls

Off SC Hwy 28 at picnic area

Walhalla, SC 29691

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Phone: (864) 638-9568

City: Walhalla

Region: Mountains

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Yellow Branch Falls

Yellow Branch Falls is a 50-foot waterfall that may be only a trickle if rain has been absent for several days. It remains very scenic regardless of flow. It is accessed at the Yellow Branch Picnic Area via the Nature Trail and Yellow Branch Falls Trail, about 1.5 miles of moderate difficulty.

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