South Carolina Highway 133
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|Maintained by SCDOT|
|Length:||20.4 mi (32.8 km)|
|Existed:||1960s – present|
|South end:||US 76 / US 123 / SC 28 in Clemson|
| SC 137 in Six Mile
SC 183 near Six Mile
|North end:||SC 11 near Sunset|
South Carolina Highway 133 (SC 133) is a 20.4-mile (32.8 km) state highway in Pickens County, South Carolina, connecting Clemson and western Pickens County with access to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway.
The route of SC 133 travels generally in a south–north direction, beginning at a major intersection with Tiger Boulevard and College Avenue in Clemson. SC 133 passes under a Norfolk Southern railway viaduct and leaves the Clemson area, passing by Lake Hartwell. The highway skirts rural areas west of Central before entering the community of Six Mile. North of Six Mile, SC 133 becomes more rural and hilly in nature before terminating at SC 11, near Lake Jocassee and Devils Fork State Park.
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The entire route is in Pickens County.
|Clemson||0.0||0.0||US 76 / US 123 / SC 28|
|Six Mile||14.5||23.3||SC 137 south – Norris||South end of SC 137 overlap.|
|17.0||27.4||SC 137 north||North end of SC 137 overlap.|
|19.4||31.2||SC 183 – Pickens, Walhalla|
|Sunset||20.4||32.8||SC 11 – Salem, Pumpkintown|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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