Recap: O Kun de Kun Falls is the wildest of numerous scenicfalls in Ontanagon Region. O Kun de Kun Falls isa have to see if you are looking for a wonderful walk anda possibility to obtain away from fencings as well as groups. Among minority dive drops aroundLake Superior.


O Kun de Kun Falls is just one of the biggest of the waterfallsin Ontanagon area. It is not as big as Bond Falls orAgate Falls, however it is equally as breathtaking and also much wilder. It is a mile plus walking to O Kun de Kun Falls as well as there are no indications or fencings. The falls is additionally uncommon because it is a real dive drops. Just a handful of the numerous waterfallsaround Lake Superior are dive drops. You can go behindthe drops if you desire, however you require to be mindful andsure footed.

The route head to the drops is found on the eastern side ofUS 45 regarding 8 miles north of Bruce Crossing. There aresigns for the parking lot. The route to the drops ispart of the North Nation Route. It is a 1.3 mile rather level walk to the drops. Prior to you get to the mainfalls you will certainly get to a smaller sized 10" dive upstream. Maintain going!The very first time I attempted to go to O Kun de Kun I quit at the upperfalls, assuming I had actually reached my location. The genuine drops isjust a brief range downstream. The route goes across a suspsension bridgebelow the drops. Maintain going if you have actually not gone much sufficient to see the bridge.

The size of the drops differs hugely depending upon water levels.The Baltimore River can obtain rather slim in summer season.

The falls is called after an Ojibway principal.


Agate Fallsand Bond Falls are both within 20 milesto the south. Sturgeon Fallsis 20 miles the eastern as the crow flies, yet the drive is much longer.The North Nation Route will certainly take you to the Sturgeon River, however it is around 30 miles. Numerous days of treking will at some point take you to the Porcupine Hills if you go western on the North Nation Path.

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