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    Short SC Hang

    Planning on a short hang and hike in Newberry, SC, Lynches Woods Park, Palmetto Trail. Jan 14 - 15. Meet at the parking area afternoon of 14th. Hang that night. Hike the Trail on 15th. Swinewine will join me with his 2 sons and we all will be trying out some Christmas Gifts. All HF Friends are invited. Need a head count by the 12th and we will register count with staff. Here are some Links to the park. http://www.palmettotrail.org/maps/Ly...dsBrochure.pdf, www.scgreatoutdoors.com/park-lyncheswoods.html. C U There.

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    Heh. Just saw this, only 6 weeks late! I love Lynches Woods, neat little place. Let me know if you ever give this another whirl.
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    I have never been to that park. Any pics of it? Do a lot of people go there? Which camp site did you stay at?

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    I have been several times since I found out about it last summer. It has never been very busy. There are always a few people walking the roads and stuff, but it is pretty quiet. As far as I am aware, it only has the one camping area, and that is nice and primitive. I haven't overnighted there yet, but I think it would be a nice getaway.

    Usually for overnights or long hikes, I go to Sumter NF, just down the road a little ways. It is pretty darn nice.
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    Well, I say "dang" too! I was out with a group of friends the following weekend on the Palmetto Trail just south and east of Lynches Woods, the Pomaria to Peak section. I used to live in Newberry and would walk the trails through there as rehab coming off of ACL surgery. I don't have any pics to share of it but as I remember, there's quite a distance of trails on this plot of land considering the amount of land that it is on. Also have to share some trails with Mtn bikes.
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