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Winter Hiking in Bayfield, WI

Winter hiking in Bayfield WI
Houghton Falls Winter Hiking

Winter does not have to mean being cooped up inside. Winter is meant to be lived outdoors exploring the beautiful sites and sounds. In this blog, we are giving you the details of winter hiking in Bayfield, Wi.

First on the list is Houghton Falls. A hike for anyone. A fairly flat trail offers a fun hike for many people. The views are amazing as soon as you hit the trail beautifully wooded trail. Houghton Falls runs along a sandstone gorge that flows into Lake Superior. The hike is approximately 1 mile out and 1 mile back. When you reach the end of the trail you will have stunning views of Lake Superior and The Apostle Islands.

Winter hiking Bayfield, Wi
Houghton Falls in the Winter

Visit the Houghton Falls website here

Next up we have Iron Bridge Trail right in the heart of Bayfield, Wi. A quick 3/4 of a mile hike a great to get outdoors in any weather. It does have a steep incline but don't let that turn you around the views from on top of the bridge are ones you will remember. So grab a friend and hit the trail. As you can see in the next picture our kids and their little friends love outdoor hiking!

Visit the Iron Bridge Website here

Third, we have Myers beach sea caves.

Providing views of forests, Lake Superior, and the sea caves, the Lakeshore Myers Beach Trail is a favorite. This trail might not be for everyone. Hiking experience, preparation, and proper equipment, especially hiking footwear, are strongly recommended. This trail is a rugged path with stream crossings and steep slopes that is best suited for strong hikers.

Starting at the Meyers Beach parking area off of Hwy 13, the Lakeshore Trail extends 6 miles along red sandstone cliffs and through forests high above Lake Superior and terminates at a reservable backcountry campsite. The trail has three sections. The first goes from Meyers Beach to the Crevasse, a 100-yard-long fracture in the bedrock. The second section travels above the mainland sea caves, and the third section passes through a wooded area, finally ending at the campsite.

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Visit Myers beach website here

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