A Recent Blizzard Destroyed A Famously Iconic Sea Stack On Minnesota’s North Shore

Minnesota’s North Shore is absolutely gorgeous! Lake Superior itself is gorgeous no matter where you look, and each of the many state parks along its edges offer a special natural beauty that you just can’t find in other places in the state. But sometimes, Lake Superior can be a destructive force as well. This past week, a strong winter storm destroyed an iconic sea stack in Tettegouche State Park. Here’s everything you need to know about the stack:

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Did you get to see the Tettegouche sea stack before it collapsed? What are your other favorite places along the North Shore? Let us know in the comments below! Also be sure to look back at some of Minnesota’s most famous past blizzards on our list of Minnesota winter storms that will go down in history.

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