The Sky Walk In Minnesota That Will Make Your Stomach Drop

It may seem difficult to climb above the trees, especially in a state like Minnesota. While the Land of 10,000 Lakes has plenty of natural beauty, the lack of mountains makes it difficult to climb high. In fact, Minnesota’s highest point is only about 2,300 feet above sea level. But there are still ways to touch the sky. One of the best? A beautiful sky walk at St. Croix State Park. There, a fire tower will take you high above the tress. Read on to take a look at this stomach-dropping climb:

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You won’t regret your trip to St. Croix State Park to climb the 100-foot fire tower sky walk. For even more amazing adventures in the trees, check out this article about the amazing adventure park hiding in the middle of a forest.