Ellicott Rock Wilderness, NC

US Forest Service

Ellicott Rock Wilderness

Ellicott Rock Wilderness is located at the intersection of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, with approximately 3,400 acres of 8,300 acres. The National Wild and Scenic River, Chattooga Rivers...[more]




From Highlands drive south on main street and Horse Cove Road 4.5 miles to the end of the pavement. Turn right onto Bull Pen Road and drive east 1.8 miles to the Ellicott Rock Trail Head, or 5.8 miles to the Bad Creek/Folwer Creek Trail head. From Cashiers drive south on NC 107 for 7 miles to BUll Pen ROad. Turn right and drive west for 2.7 miles to the Bad Creek/Fowler Creek trail or 6.7 miles to the Ellicott Rock Trailhead.

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