I remember these falls on my first visit to the UP. I've never seen so much tannin in a river! Thanks for the memories.
I was surprised too, not just the tannin but the volume of water itself! I had never visited them just after the snowmelt which I'm sure had everything to do with it.
I remeber standing on the ledge behind and under the falls as a kid. Can you still do that?
Man, you'd have a hell of a time getting down to the bottom of the falls. There's no trail, you'd have to rappel the 50' down to the rivers edge or do a bit of serious (and wet) bushwhacking. I wonder if maybe you're remembering the Lower Falls downstream. They have a couple smaller 10' drops that I have often seen people sitting beneath or behind.
"Man, you'd have a hell of a time getting down to the bottom of the falls. There's no trail, you'd have to rappel the 50' down to the rivers edge or do a bit of serious (and wet) bushwhacking. "..... Heh heh, try the bushwaking part.... I have done a lot of stupid things in my life,,....
in MI too bad it is such a long drive. Very nice photo. Looks like captured from the top of the trees.
Thanks, the falls are always nicer during spring runoff, which this was. I count myself lucky to live near such a place.
I also admire your gorgeous website with waterfalls collection. Great photos. WOW! I had no idea Michigan has so many waterfalls. TNX
Hi, thank's for sharing this nice waterfall picture, it's so nature.
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