See What The Glaciers Left Behind On A Hike Along The Cliffs At Interstate State Park In Minnesota

Minnesota is a beautiful state known for its beautiful lakes and vast forests. But the Land of 10,000 Lakes is also home to many more unique landscapes, including the rough, rocky cliffs that line some of our waters. It is among these cliffs that you can find some of the state’s most interesting geological features, including a series of fascinating potholes left behind by glaciers at Interstate State Park. Take a hike along the cliffs of this gorgeous park for a trip deep into Minnesota’s geological past. Here’s what you’ll find:

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Have you ever visited Interstate State Park? What did you think? For even more evidence of what glaciers left behind in Minnesota, take a look at our article about the mysterious boulders in southwestern Minnesota.

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