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We had visited the Grand Portage National Monument/fort and decided since we were so close we'd visit the highest waterfall in Minnesota. The river, waterfall and park are literally the last spot before you cross the border into Canada. The rest stop area and park...More
Don't miss out on visiting this great scenic beauty while at the border of Minnesota and Canada. We went on to Thunder Bay, Ontario (don't bother) last year....never again. Stay in MN and enjoy the view!
There are many waterfalls along Minnesota's beautiful North Shore. This one marks the US/Canada border. There is a paved walkway to the falls, but there are stairs. Nice falls and gorge. If you're in the area, take a few minutes to stop and view the...More
This river is the international border line between the U.S. and Canada, and it's mouth flows into Lake Superior. It produces the highest waterfall in Minnesota, High Falls at 120 ft. The river's name comes from the French name given to it long ago which...More
After crossing the border into the US, we immediately pulled over to stretch our legs, use the washroom and see the falls. The park is very well maintained, the hike is easy, and the falls were spectacular. Bring your camera!
I have been bringing my children, grandchildren and friends to the Pigeon River for 41 years. There are different parts where you can walk down to the river. The High Falls are a must see if you are even close to Grand Portage. Pigeon River...More
Took friends up the hike to the high falls on Pigeon River. Amazing view, nice place to get a break from the heat and be sure to stop at the lookout on the right hand side of the road just outside of Grand Portage.