The Chapel Falls trail is an easy 1.4-mile hike that leads to a gorgeous waterfall with a 60-foot drop. Since it’s not right off a paved road, there’s a good chance that you’ll find yourself with some elbow room both on the trail and at the falls, even in the busy summer season at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
In Alger County, this waterfall is popular because it’s so easy to get to and view. Alger Falls is located right alongside the road, and you can view it on a drive-by. Because of that, it’s particularly attractive to those who are unable to trek through the woods.
Wagner Falls is quite an impressive sight during all seasons of the year. It’s wide and fast-moving, plunging from Wagner Creek about 20 feet into a gorge where the Anna River flows.
Horseshoe Falls is a combination of styles with a 20-foot plunge and a bunch of cascades. It’s a very serene and attractive location. The waterfall itself is fed by a spring. Because of that, you’ll see a steady flow of water all year, as long as it’s not frozen over in the winter.