THE LAKE SUPERIOR TRAIL ... RUGGED SHORES AND FALLING WATER...
Welcome to the shores of Lake Superior. The rugged beauty of this coast and the tenacity of its inhabitants make a trip to Lake Superior unforgettable.
Meander over wooden suspension bridges. Journey inland and discover many of our area's breathtaking waterfalls. Ride the ferry to one of our islands. Lose yourself in the majestic beauty of our shoreline.
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Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore - Grand Sable Dunes
Grand indeed, the salmon-colored dunes offer sweeping vistas of Lake Superior and are one of the Eastern U.P.'s treasures. As such, their fragile habitat is federally protected. From the west end of the Sable Falls parking lot, a 1/2 mile trail leads across Sable Creek to the edge of
Pt. Iroquois Lighthouse
This lighthouse stands watch where Lake Superior begins its treacherous rush into the St. Mary's River. The Ojibwa Indians massacred a group of invading Iroquois warriors at this location in 1662, giving the point its original Indian name. It was noted by the early explorers, but did not become