# 9 - Ultimate Gravel 20
-Rediversion Canal & the Flats
20.6 miles, round-trip
Bike Lake Moultrie's scenic Rediversion
Canal, atop water impoundments and
on a charming forest service road for the
ultimate gravel/dirt 20-miler. You're likely
to see osprey, egrets, herons and the
occasional alligator. The panoramic
vistas alone are worth the effort! The
-non-paved route is appropriate for
nearly any bike and cyclist. In warmer
-months, you can even visit the Sandy
-Beach Waterfowl Area. Pack a sense of
-adventure and ride the Low Country's
-ultimate 20 mile gravel trail.
Distance: 20.6 miles, round-trip.
Time: Plan 3 hours for the ride and looking around!
Surface: Gravel and dirt.
Trail Marker: Part of this route is shared with the Palmetto Trail's Lake Moultrie Passage.
Bike Type: Nearly any bike type will work; road bikes (with tires over 28c), hybrid, trail/mountain bikes,
"gravel" style bikes and even kids' bikes!
Crowds: Virtually none. You're likely not to see anyone else on this side of the lake.
Precautions: There is no protection from the sun. A wide brim hat and sunscreen are recommended.
Biting insects can be formidable in warmer months. Bring insect repellent.
Parking: The Rediversion Canal access on the west (Pineville) side of HWY-45, Berkeley County.
Use GPS coordinates: 33.414762, -79.962389 or 33°24'53.1"N 79°57'44.6"W.
Contacts: Santee Cooper 843-761-4068. Palmetto Trail 843-359-8775 or 803-771-0590. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Bonneau, SC Office 843-825-3387