Lower Tahquamenon Falls
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The Tahquamenon Falls in Michigan's Upper Peninsula consists of several waterfalls grouped into two sets. The big, single cascade is the Upper Tahquamenon Falls; the Lower Tahquamenon Falls is made up of multiple cascades. Here several of the cascades come together to create an impressive, if smaller, waterfall. (You can see a second cascade behind the one in the foreground.) The upper falls gets all the press and photographs in travel magazines, but a friend and I thought the lower falls more fun. The distinctive bronze coloring is from tannins in the water.