Welcome to the Land of Waterfalls

What to do after it’s been raining all day? Every local we talked to recommended seeing the waterfalls and it turns out that there are a lot of them. We started with Bond Falls south of Bruce Crossing, Michigan in the Ontonagon River.

It was truly inspiring to be so close to such a massive waterfall and we were giddy with excitement.DSC08685-Edit

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After taking pictures and video of the falls, we hiked along the edge of the bank to the top. This would not have been possible without our poles or hiking shoes.

 

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We looked across to the other side and saw that people were standing on a rock out on the waterfall without any hiking equipment and knew that there must be a path on the other side. Sure enough, there was a staircase leading to the top.DSC08713 It was a little scary being so close to the waterfall!

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There are more than 90 waterfalls and cascades in the Porcupine Mountains and we stopped by Agate Falls and then added Nawadaha, Manido, and Manabezho Falls to our itinerary for the next day.

DSC08593What a way to end the day at our cottage at Superior Shores.

 

 

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