DAY 2 (Part 1) – Judge C.R. Magney State Park

The most popular hike at Judge Magney State Park leads from the trailhead upstream along the Brule River to Devil’s Kettle, where the river splits around a mass of volcanic rock. Half of the river plunges 50 feet into a pool, while the rest pours into a huge pothole…the Devil’s Kettle.  No one knows where the water goes after it enters the Devil’s Kettle. Seriously. NO…ONE…KNOWS. (read more here)

Over the Brule River.

Through the woods.

You have arrived at your destination – Devil’s Kettle.

Devil’s Kettle and a rainbow.

To the falls for photos from above.

The Brule River just before it reaches the Devil’s Kettle.

Next, to the Upper Falls.

The long way back.

Up the stairs.

Down the path.

After we arrived back at our vehicle, we decided continue our journey to Naniboujou Lodge for a few photos by the shore of Lake Superior. We also spent a couple of hours in Grand Marais to enjoy the beauty of the harbor area and check out some shops . Look for DAY 2 (Part 2) soon.

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