Northwest Wisconsin Waterfall Tour

June 25, 2020

A few weeks ago, I put together a personal, day-long “waterfall tour” in northwest Wisconsin. The route I created was 75 miles long and brought us to seven different waterfalls (Gile Falls, Upson Falls, Copper + Brownstone Falls, Potato River Falls, Superior Falls, and Interstate Falls). I really enjoyed this day and wanted to share it with you in case you’d like to recreate it! If you do, please tag me on Instagram so I can see your adventures!

Below I’ve listed each waterfall in the tour – simply click the [+] button to expand the info. I’ve completed the individual blog posts for Gile, Upson, and Copper Falls and will be finishing the rest soon.

You’ll also find a Google map showing our complete route!

Waterfall #1: Gile Falls

A cute waterfall in Gile, Wisconsin. This was our first stop on the tour.

Waterfall #2: Upson Falls

Located in the Upson Falls Campground. This was our second stop.

Waterfall #3 & #4: Copper Falls + Brownstone Falls

Two impressive waterfalls within Copper Falls State Park.

Waterfall #5: Potato River Falls

Blog post & photos coming soon!

Waterfall #6: Superior Falls

Blog post & photos coming soon!

Waterfall #7: Interstate Falls

Blog post & photos coming soon!

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