The Frozen Waterfalls At Starved Rock State Park In Illinois Are A Must-See This Winter

The bluffs and canyons have long been a draw to Starved Rock State Park. Outdoor enthusiasts can hike along 13 miles of trails that are open year-round allowing them to experience the changes in landscape throughout the year. Winter hikes can lead to otherworldly discoveries like waterfalls suspended in ice, and you will find many of these waterfalls, ranging in height from 15 to 80 feet, in different canyons around the park. Let’s have a look at these wondrous waterfalls frozen over during the winter season.

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Hiking in winter may not seem ideal to some. It’s cold and weather conditions may not always be the best with the ice and snow but there are some great benefits to getting out on a trail at your favorite park. This time of year brings more quiet and less traffic on the trails and the chance to see waterfalls that are seemingly frozen in time. So, get outside and discover frozen waterfalls this winter at Starved Rock State Park.

For more information on the park and trails, visit the Starved Rock website.

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