Fall is just as long as the other seasons, but in Michigan, fall is often referred to the the time of year when the fall colors are popping. Since we enjoy the fall colors we decided to visit the iconic Tahquamenon Falls to capture photos of the the scenery.
First off, there are two parts to the falls and this is important. The Upper Falls get most of the attention as one large fall that is 48 feet tall and 200 feet across. There are a lot of great spots to view the falls. Make sure you explore the entire area of the Upper Falls to make sure you get all the angles.
The Lower Falls are a great experience and your have to make sure to visit both. You can also hike from the Upper Falls to the Lower Falls if you feel up to it! The Lower Falls have the opportunity to rent row boats to explore the area. New this year was a new bridge to the island that use to only be accessible by the row boats.
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@mi_playground Lower Tahquamenon Falls #tahquamenonfalls #upperpeninsulamichigan ♬ original sound - mi_playground
@mi_playground Upper Falls photo of the day #tahquamenonfalls #upperpeninsulamichigan #fallcolors ♬ original sound - mi_playground
@mi_playground Lower Tahquamenon Falls #tahquamenonfalls #upperpeninsulamichigan #fallcolors #miplayground ♬ original sound - mi_playground
Check out the full video from our fall adventure at Tahquamenon Falls!