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Tahquamenon Falls Pictures
Tahquamenon Falls is well hidden along the Tahquamenon River and is a photographers delight as it offers so much beauty in different seasons throughout the year. Tahquamenon Falls Pictures displayed on this hub show fall season, summer and the frozen falls in winter. This beautiful falls in Tahquamenon Falls State Park is hidden in the forest and a paradise for people seeking the quiet wilderness. The Upper Falls is one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi. There is a hiking trail along the river to the Lower Falls that is about 4 miles long.
Tahquamenon waterfalls in Winter
The Tahquamenon Falls State Park consists of Upper Falls and Lower Falls and provies ample opportunities for activities like birding, fishing, hiking, camping, and during winter season visitors can do snowmobiling, cross-country skiing. Plenty of wildlife can be seen in this area - black bear, whitetail deer, moose, etc. Tahquamenon waterfalls is the second largest waterfall east of the Mississippi, with Niagara being the largest - see these Tahquamenon Falls pictures to judge for yourself. The water is brown in color and it is not from the rust or mud. The amber color of the water is caused by tannin in the swamps drained by the river.
During the spring and summer, camping, hiking, backpacking, fishing, canoeing, nature study and photography - in the Fall season, colors are just so amazing and so beautiful making it a photographer's dream place. Spruce Grouse, Sharptail Grouse, Pileated Woodpeckers are some of the birdlife found here and is a great place to visit at least once.
Tahquamenon Falls Picture Gallery
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