Sulphur Springs Trail is a 3.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Greenville, SC that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Good hike. Steep at beginning then long grade down.
Parts were easy and parts were fairly strenuous (granted I'm 4.5 months pregnant so maybe it was just me haha) but we really enjoyed this trail!
Had a great hike on this trail. Went clockwise so we came down the technical side. Boys ages 8, 11 and 11 all did well. Want to come back and do it counterclockwise.
It's mostly a beautiful trail in a gorgeous setting. We walked the trail counterclockwise. The first half is heavily used by mountain bikes and some of them were pretty wild. The descent is off limit to bikes but was very steep and quite difficult in places.
Visiting from Arkansas! So beautiful!! Highly recommend it!!
amaze balls. did this as a first hike with my sweetheart and we loved it.
part of it pretty difficult but overall a very nice hike. beautiful scenery
It was hard in places but over all an awesome hike for anyone!
Great first half along the creek. Back end is a little bland for younger ones. We hiked it with a 7 year old and he made it the whole way with little fussing.
This hike is probably a moderate hike for most. The best part was half the trail going side by side with a small stream of water. Although it doesn't have the satisfying peak lookout from a Table Rock trail, the mini waterfalls and green vegetation makes up for it. Perfect hike if you only want to do an hour and a half and would like to stay closer to the Greenville-Spartanburg area.
Fun trail. Not as difficult as I thought it would be though. There is about a 1/2 mile that is a pretty strenuous incline but definitely doable if you are a regular hiker and in decent shape.
Not too crowded, good loop, nice views. One half looks great for biking and the other great for technical hiking with less people. the technical side takes you along a root infested trail just above a steam with some small waterfalls. at the bottom is a dam which looks nice to swim in if allowed. parts of the trail are not well marked and there is a section that needs to be diverted so the marsh and undergrowth can recover. Fun afternoon hike.