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These falls are encountered along the Circle Trail at Pipestone National Monument. If it's a hot day, you can get some relief on the footbridge at the base of the falls. The breeze will carry the spray your way.
We were walking along the circle trail on a Sunday evening. No crowds and you could hear the sound of water in the distance. The falls appear suddenly as you round a bend on the trail. Beautiful and peaceful. You can see them from the...More
Winnewissa Falls is part of the Circle Trail at the Pipestone National Monument. The further you walk into the trail you begin to hear the falls before you see them. The anticipation makes the journey more fun. The trail is easy walking also as it...More
This fall is located in Pipestone National Monument park. It is simply beautiful! I found myself sitting on one of the benches to "be in the moment" and just enjoy the surroundings. The beauty and sound brought serenity to the moment. I also liked the...More
Connected to a little creek within the Pipestone National Monument park. It's a peaceful place to be on a nice summer day. There is a paved path that takes you directly to it after walking through/by the beautiful Sioux quartzite rock alignments and prairies.
Our family has visited 10+ times over the last 20 years, and the falls has always had plenty of water. The paved trail is reasonably level, and leads to a bridge at the bottom to view the falls, so is accessible by wheelchair. A stairway...More