This Waterfall Staircase Hike May Be The Most Unique In All Of Minnesota

With as many waterfalls as Minnesota has, it should come as no surprise that there are just as many hikes to go along with them. Some, like the Kawishiwi Falls hike, cut through deep woods to bring adventurers to hidden waterfalls. Other falls, like Gooseberry, are just a short walk through a state park to see one o the most spectacular sights in the state. And still, others are accessible by climbing a set of stairs. That’s the case for the Circle Trail at Pipestone National Park. Take a look:

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Winnewissa Falls is a truly beautiful spot in an often overlooked region of Minnesota. This short hike, with its stone staircases, is the perfect way to see it! Have you ever been there?