The Oconee Passage begins in Oconee State Park and is the northern terminus of the state's Mountain to the Sea trail. The trail meanders from the park along a scenic old roadbed and eventually descends into Station Cove, the site of a popular 60-foot waterfall. A 1,000 foot change in elevation from the bottom of Station Cove to the ridge line is challenging.
Length: 3.2 miles (one way)
Use: Hiking and mountain biking
Difficulty: Moderate (most difficult if mountain biking)
Trail markings: Yellow blazes
See page 2 of map PDF.
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