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Sable Falls, Grand Marais

(4.5/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
Sable Falls is a waterfall located on Sable Creek in the easternmost portion of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Alger County, Michigan. The main access road to the falls is H-58 west of Grand Marais, Michigan. The falls tumbles 75 feet over Munising and Jacobsville sandstone formations. The waterfall is approximately one-half mile from Lake Superior. Stairs allow for relatively easy access to the falls. Between 2007 and 2010, the park service extended the boardwalk along the falls to include a portion of Sable Creek downstream from the major (upper) falls to allow visitors to take in the minor (lower) falls and rapids downstream. There is no handicap accessibility to the site.
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  • Another beautiful spot along the lakeshore! Lots of stairs to the bottom, about a mile walk to the beach. The falls are very close to the beginning of the trail, with a couple places to rest along the...  more »
  • The walk in was easy and the stairs were okay. Thankfully it was a beautiful October day so the views were colorful. I did not go all the way down the stairs because the view was good enough.  more »
  • I am a native Michigander but was not familiar with these falls. They are spectacular and breathtaking... Literally. The path to the falls and then to Lake Michigan is well-maintained but is a long hi...  more »