See additional than ice caves on a snowshoe tour near the Apostle Islands

Jon Michels paused in a grove of towering hemlocks on a tiny ridge overlooking a creek. 

“I could invest hours suitable below,” he mentioned as he rested on his trekking poles that disappeared into two toes of pristine white snow. We stood in silence for a couple minutes, listening to the twinkling trickle of the creek below and a woodpecker hammering away at a tree in the distance. 

We had been snowshoeing deep in a tract of old-advancement hemlock forest in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore on the Bayfield peninsula, about a mile from Michels’ dwelling on the edge of the Pink Cliff Reservation.  

“I’ve been coming again in this article for years and I have never noticed anyone again here. It’s hard to get back again here,” he mentioned as we trekked from his land into the park.  

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