Blue Wall Passage of
the Palmetto Trail
Description: From either the Blue Wall
Preserve or the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center (FENCE), you will find this
scenic section of the Palmetto Trail offers a lot of diversity. You will pass
from old forest to the city streets of downtown Landrum. As you wander
over rolling hills, you will be treated to some beautiful views of
mountains, clear ponds, and some of South Carolina’s finest horse
From the Blue Wall preserve you can go west approximately
3.4 miles to the trail head of the Poinsett Passage at Vaughn's Gap.
Bikes are not allowed on this portion of the Palmetto Trail.
Remember to carry water and during warm weather insect
repellent is advised.
For additional information from Palmetto
From Exit 1 on I 26, drive southwest on SC 14 to Landrum.
the Blue Wall Preserve: From Landrum drive northwest on US 176 and
turn left onto West Lakeshore Drive. Drive past the lake and the
preserve is on the right.
the Foothills Equestrian Center: From Landrum drive northeast on SC 14
and bear left onto S-42-349. The center is on the left after you
Dawn to dusk.
Camping is not allowed at the Blue Wall Preserve or the Foothills
Conservation Foundation, 1314 Lincoln Street, Suite 305, Columbia,
The Nature Conservancy, 2231 Devine Street, Suite 100, Columbia, SC
Updated: August 6, 2008
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