The Keweenaw is the most beautiful place in Michigan. No comparison.
You won’t find the officially unnamed falls on Silver Creek in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in tourist brochures or on most maps, but they are worth the effort to visit on any trip to the Keweenaw Peninsula. Located only a few minutes from the road, it’s a short hike of medium difficulty that gets you back in the woods to this 15-foot high waterfall tucked in a peaceful section of the woods full of green and brown colors.
It may be a short hike back to the falls, but don’t be misled by how easy it is at first. A fairly well-worn path heads into the woods for about an eighth of a mile, but once you get closer to the creek there might be a need to navigate around downed trees. As long as you stay close to the creek bank, the falls are pretty close. The creek is shallow…
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