South Carolina has fantastic bike trails across the state. Trail riders love to ride through these picturesque tracks throughout the years.
Let's take a look at five of these spectacular trail tracks of South Carolina.
1. Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail
Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail is located in downtown Greensville, South Carolina. The trail is well maintained with 19.5 miles in length, and most of it is asphalted.
The paved and flat trail is open for biking, walking, and jogging.
PHS Swamp Rabbit Trail is an urban trail. There are multiple roads that cross the track at different points. However, the drivers are careful, and they always yield to the bikers.
2. Riverwalk Greenway Trail
Riverwalk Greenway Trail is located near Rock Hill in South Carolina's York County. It is a nicely paved picturesque trail of 4.6 miles in length and a few hills in between. It also has a few wooden bridges along the way
The pet-friendly trail follows along the Catawba River. Kayakers & floaters can access the river through the trail.
Riverwalk trail is suitable for all levels of biking enthusiasts, especially for mountain bikers, and is open throughout the year.
3. Three Rivers Greenway Trail
Three Rivers Greenway Trail is located in Richland County, South Carolina. The carefully maintained urban trail is 12.6 miles in length and is mainly asphalted.
The pet-friendly trail is at the confluence of the Saluda, Congaree, and Broad rivers.
One can bike through the scenic forested areas on the banks of the river and will be able to watch the local wildlife. If you want to take a rest, you can just get into the river and float around to feel rejuvenated.
4. The Hulk Trail
Horry County Bike and Run Park, located near Myrtle Beach in South Carolina between Carolina Forest and the Intracoastal waterway, is also known as The Hulk Trail.
The Hulk Trail is a 7 miles long trail for mountain biking and running.
Myrtle Beach Triathlon Club initially designed and developed the trail system in the area. Cape Fear Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association currently maintains it.
5. The Knot Splice Loop Trail
The Knot Splice Loop Trail is located near the Wedgefield in South Carolina's Sumter County. It is a 4.8 miles long well-marked scenic trail.
The loop trail has plenty of climbing, fast descents, and a few breathtaking drop-offs overlooking Poinsett Park Lake.
This trail is used to access other trails in Poinsett Park. It is an excellent place for mountain bikers to ride amongst the shady forest of pine and oak.
Have you ever been to any of these beautiful trails? If not, I would highly recommend giving them a visit next time you get a chance.