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Beaver Falls

Not many adventurers to the North Shore are aware of the raging rush of water known as the Beaver River Falls. Visible from Highway 61, the falls plummet down over the rocks and provide a perfect place for visitors to have a great hike with beautiful scenery. Keep your eyes peeled from the highway to get a view of the huge stack of four drops that run a course of over 350 feet!

 

This part of the Beaver River runs parallel to the Superior Hiking Trail just before it cuts off the river and back up into the woods. The hike down from the trail to the river will leave you questioning what you’re about to see, but once you get down you will be rewarded with a beautiful sight. If you’re coming from the parking lot, it’s a short, easy walk that brings you right to the waterfall and allows you to explore both upstream and downstream.

 

Much like any other waterfall, the Beaver Falls are most impressive with high water as it is easier to see all the portions of the falls. Some say it’s a struggle to get all the sections into one shot, but others say it’s a plus because there is more to explore! Bring your camera and maybe even a lunch to enjoy with a view. Parents: make sure your kids are within reach—the falls rush at an incredible rate.

 


 

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