I have written and posted extensively about the adventures found in Porcupine Mountains Wilderness backcountry area after returning from a three day hike last month. I have posted about the fall colors both at Lake in the Clouds and in the woods, I have posted about the wonderful wilderness camping, and I have written a post about an amazing sunset on Lake Superior.
Porcupine Mountains wilderness backcountry
Although these past entries provide a clear picture detailing the beauty of this northwoods wilderness in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, it does not tell the whole story. There is something missing. This post hopes to show readers the rest of the park because there is more than sunsets on Lake Superior and fall colors.
There are gorgeous inland mountain lakes, there are cascading rivers with several waterfalls, there are ravines that take hikers up above the mountain streams providing beautiful views of the rivers and the woods. There are beaver dams and ponds. There is Lake Superior, which is beautiful at any time: not just at sunset.
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