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A tourism video showcasing activities and scenery of Oconee County South Carolina.
Experience a different side of the Palmetto State in the mountainous Upcountry. From breathtaking clifftop views to the calming streams and cascading waterfalls along the way, the Upstate is the perfect place for an outdoor adventure.
Top 14 Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Greenville - Travel South Carolina: Falls Park on the Reedy, The Peace Center, Fluor Field at the WestEnd, Greenville Zoo, Paris Mountain State Park, The Children's Museum of the Upstate, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, Poinsett Bridge, Runway Park at GMU, Museum and Library of Confederate History, Greenville County Museum of Art, Upcountry History Museum, Liberty Bridge, Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Waterfalls of the Southern Appalachians is a documentary about the many spectacular waterfalls of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee made by Christopher Lockett and All Night Diner Productions in 1998. It ran on PBS in NC, SC, GA, AL and TN between 1998 and 2000 and features 50+ waterfalls. The film features the natural beauty of the waterfalls themselves as well as the flora and fauna native to the region. Also featured are interviews with naturalists and guidebook authors Kevin Adams, Brian Boyd, Mark Morrisson and Jocassee Lake fishing guide James Couch. Waterfalls featured in this film: North Carolina: Dry, Bridalveil, Lower Cullasaja, Whitewater, Turtleback, Drift, Looking Glass, Sliding Rock, Courthouse, Slippery Witch, Toxaway, Rainbow, Linville South Carolina: Twin, Jocassee, Lower Whitewater, Thompson River, Laurel Fork, King Creek, Brasstown, Ramsey Creek Georgia: Estatoah, Ammon's Creek, Holcomb Creek, Becky Branch, Martin Creek, Amicalola, Cane Creek, Upper and Lower Cloudland Canyon, Minnehaha, Dick's Creek, Mud Creek, Denton Branch, Helton Creek, Pocket Branch, Whiteoak Branch Alabama: Little River, Grace's High Falls, DeSoto, Yellow Creek, Gregg's Two Falls Tennessee: Coker Creek, Baby Falls on the Tellico River, Fall Creek, Piney Creek, Cane Creek, Rockhouse, Miegs The Sinks, Bald River, Foster Featuring the music of: Kenneth Hood Bluegrass Band Tony Tidwell Jason Slatton Dennis Cumbow Sean Gould Bruce Baker Franklin Vincent Cox III Christopher Lockett
Can you name the waterfalls in this video? There are several waterfalls from all around the world in this video. After each waterfall the video will pause for a few seconds and then the name and place of the waterfall will be given. Watch the new video Waterfalls II @ https://youtu.be/r74ck3cpxfw And check out my new video, The Lighthouses of Maine @ https://youtu.be/Ld4rnc_RAWM From: http://timvp.com
The Upstate of South Carolina offers a tremendous variety of waterfalls in the three county area of Pickens, Oconee and Greenville counties. Several of the prime waterfalls are just a short walk from the trailhead. From the splendor of Lower Whitewater Falls to the quiet beauty of Spoonauger Falls, you won't be disappointed. Come along with SC Outdoor Insider Marie McAden as she explores some of South Carolina's Upstate waterfalls. Read more about Marie and her waterfall adventure at: www.DiscoverSouthCarolina.com.