While the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is well known for it's many waterfalls, perhaps the best known is the Tahquamenon Falls. These falls are among the largest east of the Mississippi, with the Upper Falls measuring 50 feet tall, 200 feet wide, and with flow rates as high as 50,000 gallons per second. The smaller Lower Falls are located several miles downstream, and consists of 5 individual falls which wrap around an island in the river.
Lower Falls off in distance
Lower Falls zoomed in
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