Did you know that there are more than 200 waterfalls in Michigan? Many of these are located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, and are a beautiful sight to behold in any season. When the temperature drops during the deep winter months, the free-flowing falls freeze over and transform into magnificent winter wonders.
Michigan visitors and residents alike venture out to feast their eyes on these natural beauties (and if you’re feeling adventurous, you can even learn how to ice climb one!). Some of these spectacular sights are relatively easy to access. Others require snowshoes, skis or a snowmobile. Find out how to access the frozen waterfall nearest you here.
In Michigan, you’re never more than six miles away from a natural water source. Why not take a day trip to marvel at Michigan’s frozen falls? For inspiration, here are eight fantastic photos of frozen Michigan waterfalls captured by our fans and other talented photographers around the state.
Frozen Munising Falls at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Photo by Neil Weaver Photography.
Ice formations at Tahquamenon Falls. Photo by: Tracie Bishop Kochanny
Ice Climbing in Munising, MI. Photo by: Kathryn Lund Johnson Nature Photography
Enormous icicles at Munising Falls. Photo by: Paul Arno Rose
Upper Tahquamenon Falls. Photo by: Jeffrey Foltice
Munising Falls. Photo by: Michigan Nut Photography
Behind Tannery Falls in Alger County. Photo by: Photo by: Brian Kainulainen Photography – BWANA Design
Tannery Falls. Photo by: Brian Kainulainen Photography – BWANA Design
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