There are lots of amazing waterfalls in Michigan. No matter what kind of season it is, people flocks in the state to personally see their jaw-dropping beauty. Although some people prefer to visit the waterfalls during summer, fall and spring, there are some who likes its best when it’s snowing.
Seeing the frozen waterfalls in Michigan is quite an amazing feat for some travelers and tourist. This is why they prefer to visit them during the winter season. Well, we can’t blame them because there are truly lots of beautiful frozen waterfalls in Michigan that are truly worth the visit.
These majestic waterfalls range from unnamed small waterfalls on Grand Island to large cascading flows falling from cliff faces along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. They are located in almost every direction of Munising Michigan. These are heavenly places that are tranquil, unique, and all natural. Munising.Org
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Tahquamenon Falls State Park encompasses close to 50,000 acres stretching over 13 miles. Most of this is undeveloped woodland without roads, buildings or power lines. The centerpiece of the park, and the very reason for its existence, is the Tahquamenon River with its waterfalls. MichiganDNR.com
This scenic waterfall is nestled amongst virgin pine and hemlock trees. There is a small parking area and a half-mile trail with an observation deck overlooking the falls. Michigan.org
A scenic trail along the Sturgeon River to a series of rapids and small waterfalls before you reach Canyon Falls. “Grand Canyon of the UP”. The river slides nearly 30′ over a large chute of smooth black rock into a box canyon. Michigan.org
Spectacular Bond Falls, a Michigan Scenic Site, is located on the Middle Branch of the Ontonagon River, 10 miles north of Watersmeet or 9 miles south of Bruce Crossing in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
This scenic waterfall tumbles over ancient fractured volcanic rock in several cascades for a total drop of about 50 feet in all. The falls pools at the bottom creating a little island with a bridge to the island so you can stand in the middle of the falls for an up close view. ExploringTheNorth.Com
So, with the above photos, which one is your favorite?