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Must See Munising Falls And Other Waterfalls In Munising, Michigan

The waterfalls of Munising and the Grand Marais area are popular tourist destination of National Lakeshore, Michigan, USA. Michigan's Upper Peninsula abounds with waterfalls! Many of those found within Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore are the result of water running over a shelf or cliff of hard limey sandstone called the Au Train Formation.
Dazzling Munising Falls
Munising Falls is a major visited waterfall in Munising in the westernmost portion of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Alger County. The falls drops about 50 feet over a sandstone cliff. The amount of water in waterfall is relatively small except spring. This is famous because of trails leading to multiple viewpoints around the falls. 
Munising Falls Trail is most beautiful experience of colorful and splendid nature. The paved 800-foot, the leaf-carpeted trail is a soul soothing experience. This path is in awe of the size and majesty of the trees. There is always a spirit refreshing to smell the mulchy mix of the forest’s perfume.
Trail through woods to Munising Falls.
In the winter, the falls freeze forming an ice column. Munising Falls themselves are off-limits to climbers, but ice climbing is popular in the area and there are other spots in the vicinity where climbing is allowed.

Scott Falls

Scott Falls is located on the south side of M-28 across from the H.J. Rathfoot State Roadside Park. Scott Falls is located 7 miles west of Munising near AuTrain, and can be viewed from your car. Scott Creek tumbles down from a ledge into a small pool. This is one of the few falls you can walk behind or wade in the pool.
Wagner Falls is located 2 miles from east Munising, Michigan. 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.
Tannery Falls is a waterfall on Tannery Creek located near the city of Munising.
The Tannery Falls are also sometimes called the Rudy M. Olson Memorial Falls. The grave site of Rudolf Olsen can be seen on the path leading to the falls alongside a set of stairs. Tannery Creek flows behind a small residential area before reaching The falls which drop 40 feet into an impressive sandstone canyon. There is a cave behind the falls.
Castle Falls, Pictured Rocks, Munising
Spray Falls plunges about 70 feet over the Pictured Rocks cliffs directly into Lake Superior. The 1856 shipwreck "Superior" lies at the base of the falls in 20 feet of water. This remote waterfall is best viewed from the water as there is limited viewing access from the North Country Scenic Trail.

Horseshoe Falls, Munising

Horseshoe Falls is one of the many beautiful Pictured Rocks area waterfalls, but it’s private, so an entry fee is required. There are little interpretive signs along the uphill walk.
A 1.2 mile round-trip gravel walking path will lead you through a spectacular forest to where the Miners River drops about 50 feet into a sandstone canyon creating a spectacular view.

Miners Falls

Rachel Kramer, Deb Nystrom from flickr.com