Earlier this summer, I had the opportunity to stop by Morgan Falls. This is a unique waterfall located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Northwestern Wisconsin. The falls are over 70 feet tall and differ from most falls I have seen in the North Woods (Laurentian Mixed Forest Province) because they zig-zag down the rocks. If you want to learn more about Morgan Falls click here to read the Go Waterfalling entry.
The walk to the falls was only a little over a mile and I was able to take some fun pictures along the way.
The below picture might be a County Fair entry for next year.
Below is one of my favorite shots from this trip…which path would you take?
I passed over this stream about halfway down the trail.
Below are some more shots of the waterfall
I am not sure what is in the below pictures. This was along the trail to the falls. A friend did some research but the best guess is some sort of footing for an old building.
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