One of the more remote waterfalls in Wisconsin can be found in Iron County at Spring Camp Falls. Forest roads will get you most of the way, but the final “Falls Road” is combination sand box, swimming pool, and rocky road only accessible by 4×4 or quads. Black flies were swarming today so I opted to take the mountain bike and cut down on time.
Temperatures today were still in the 80’s making the trek not very fun, but eventually I reached the goal. Some small rapids/drops downstream of the falls.
After gingerly climbing onto a rock in the middle of the river I was able to get some good views of the falls. Here’s what they look like from a distance.
And using the magic of zoom lens photography here is what they look like up close. These are of the smaller variety but still ramble on a good distance and worth the visit (at least once!).
Here’s a short video of the falls & the journey to get there. Enjoy!
I’m a total noob and forgot to record until I already reached the falls. This data is only for the one-way return trip. Also keep in mind I was riding a mountain bike to help save time (and to get through the obnoxious black flies quicker).Lat = 46.3477211 , Long = -90.2393417 -- Show at Google Maps