Jones Gap Falls

303 Jones Gap Rd

Marietta, SC 29661

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Phone: (864) 836-3647

City: Marietta

Region: Mountains

Jones Gap Falls

Jones Gap Falls descends 50 feet over a staircase of stone. In spring, the trail is a medley of wildflowers: trilliums, violets, and trout lilies. The falls are easily accessible with just a moderate one mile hike alongside the Middle Saluda River, through this part of the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area.

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