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Find Yourself In Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Climbing Waterfalls

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Ice climbing at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Michigan Travel and Tourism.

Propose a visit to a national lakeshore, and most folks will think you're talking about a warm-weather visit. But as the following video shows, winter can be a wonderful time to visit Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore to climb some waterfalls.

The video, a production by the Michigan tourism folks, focuses on ice climbing at Pictured Rocks. It definitely opens up some possibilities if you don't mind the cold!

[video:http://youtu.be/Aq9Ft3QP1TA]

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Lived there 11 years and never knew of any ice climbers. A lot of Michigan Tech students were into ice diving and checking out the underwater ice formations near the shores of Lake Superior. I didn't care to participate as I found the 7mm wet suits and the overhead ice to be quite inducive of claustrophobia.


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