Waterfalls are clustered on this area of the state partially due to the Munising Formation, a shelf of sandstone that runs from Tahquamenon to Laughing Whitefish Falls. Yosemite Falls is most visible from Yosemite Village and Yosemite Valley Lodge. A mile-lengthy loop trail leads to the bottom of Lower Yosemite Fall where the viewing is unmatched. In reality, you’ll be so close that you simply might get slightly wet in the spring and early summer season!
These majestic waterfalls range from unnamed small waterfalls on Grand Island to massive cascading flows falling from cliff faces along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. These are heavenly locations which are tranquil, unique, and all natural. Hike a relatively straightforward three-miler to the higher and lower Graveyard Fields falls, and trek via some extremely stunning terrain. This stunning area of Minnewaska State Park Preserve provides an 8.3-mile loop path situated near Cragsmoor that includes …Read More