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Friday, February 27, 2015

On the Road Friday ~ Amnicon Falls State Park, Superior, Wisconsin

We are on the road today to Amnicon Falls State Park.

Amnicon Falls State Park features a series of delightful waterfalls and Locationrapids along the Amnicon River. You can view them from a covered foot bridge or trails along the river, or—if you're sure-footed—from the rocky shore of the river. The park is a place to picnic, camp, walk in the woods and learn about the Douglas Fault, the geological formation that created the falls.

We are going to explore the frozen waterfalls.
Here we go.


 My boys got a kick out of the name for this waterfall.


 Winter Beauty


 The covered foot bridge.


 The river flowing.


You can hear the water under the ice.

 
We loved this last waterfall. The ice formations look so amazing.

Amnicon Falls is a wonderful Wisconsin State Park to visit in the Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn. 

Thank you for coming along today.
Have a great weekend.
 

17 comments:

  1. Amazing and beautiful, I love your photography and all the hidden gifts that surround us! I love that it's equally as beautiful throughout the year - and strikingly so different!

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  2. That is COLDLY beautiful, Carla. There is such prettiness in the wild coldness of it all. Great photos. xo Diana

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  3. Hi Carla, Lovely photos. Reminds me of my college days in north Georgia when we would be adventuresome and visit frozen waterfalls! I started a new blog. Mildred

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  4. Frozen rivers mean it's pretty cold, stay warm...but warm enough to keep taking those lovely photos.

    I love the name of that too!

    Jen

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  5. Love these frozen waterfall photos, how long I wonder, does it take for one to freeze.

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  6. I agree, I love the name of that waterfall. Have a great time and keep sharing photos!

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  7. That is a cool name. Your pics are stunning, I can only imagine what a great time you had! :)

    Jane x

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  8. I've never seen frozen falls before - amazing.

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  9. These are gorgeous! Cold, What a wonderful hike this must have been! And I also like the name.
    Amalia
    xo

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  10. Beautiful! I love all the pine trees to help with the contrast of color! Thanks for taking us traveling with you again :)

    P.S. Are you going to the ice caves? I heard they are open again?!

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  11. Wow! How neat to see the water frozen like that. I've never seen anything like that before in person. I bet it is neat to hear the water flowing under the ice. Lovely photos!

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  12. So absolutely beautiful! I feel like a slouch every time I visit your blog. You intrepidly visit so many places, going on adventures and braving the cold and I am waiting for spring.

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  13. I've only been there in the fall. It wouldn't have occurred to me to go in the winter. Very pretty pictures. I like the big, private campsites at Amnicon.

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  14. Fascinating photos, Carla. That last one really gives the full effect of frozen falls. Wonderful! xxx ~ Nancy

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  15. We love Amnicon Falls! We try to go there every Fourth of July with my husband's family. We spend the day at the park, then go to Duluth for the fireworks. I've never been there in the winter, though. It looks beautiful!

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High Fives from Wisconsin!

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