THERE IS NOTHING QUITE LIKE OUR FALLING WATERS
Here in the heart of The Great Waters you will find falls both large and small. Some are well-visited, others intimate discoveries, but each are a marvel and every one is worth seeing.
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Miners Falls - Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Located about five miles north of Alger County Road H-58 off Miners Castle Road. The hike from the parking area to the waterfall is 1.2 miles round-trip. A gravel path through the northwoods leads to two overlooks. The Miners Falls Nature Trail views the Miners Basin along the way.
Mosquito Falls - Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Located about 15 miles east of Munising off Alger County Road H-58, then about 5 miles north to the parking area at end of Chapel Road. Walking toward Mosquito Beach, a side trail leads .9 miles to the falls, which drops over an 8 foot high rock shelf on the Mosquito River. Watch for river
Munising Falls - Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
This waterfall is a part of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Walk the paved .25 mile trail up the cool shaded sandstone canyon along Munising Creek to the base of the falls. Two sets of stairs lead to platforms to view the 50 foot waterfall as it drops over a sandstone cliff. Watch for ferns,