The High Falls Trail In Minnesota Is A 1.2-Mile Out-And-Back With A Waterfall Finish
By Betsy Rathburn|Published January 22, 2021
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Minnesota is home to many impressive hiking trails! These paths cross through big cities, small towns, and endless stretches of Minnesota’s natural areas. They lead through prairies and forests, along rivers and lakes, and to spectacular overlooks. You’ll find many wonderful examples of each type. But one of the state’s most breathtaking trails happens to be a short path to a gorgeous overlook of Minnesota’s highest waterfall. You will never forget your trip to this northern Minnesota landmark. Take a look:
No matter when you hike this trail, it is sure to be beautiful. Have you ever visited the High Falls of the Pigeon River? What did you think? To learn about other wonderful Minnesota waterfalls to explore, check out our waterfall hikes bucket list.
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