Waters Raging at Tahquamenon Falls

The water is raging at Tahquamenon Falls in the Upper Peninsula this week. Check out these pictures of the upper falls. Due to extremely high water levels on the Tahquamenon River, the trail that connects the upper falls to the lower falls is closed until further notice. Sections of the trails are underwater and some bridges have even been washed out. Keep that in mind if you've got plans to head north anytime soon.

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