There is so much of the state yet to explore that when you go up to the upper peninsula, you really realize just how much we are missing out on down in the lower peninsula.

Without a doubt, the main attraction of the U.P. is all the waterfalls that you can see. Some of them you can just drive up to others. Others, you have to put in a little bit more work in order to get to them.

But if there is one waterfall in the upper peninsula that defines its beauty, it is by far Tahquamenon Falls, but many of you who read this have most likely been there.

 But one thing many visitors to Tahquamenon Falls cannot say they’ve done is had the chance to go behind the falls and witness what it is like behind this rushing current of beauty. I recently came across photos taken by a gentleman named Dave Steward, who actually had the chance to go behind the falls, which is not something people get to do every day. He told me about the experience of getting to snap a couple of shots behind these great falls:
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My Father and I walked behind them. We took our pontoon down the river and landed the boat then took the trails. It’s not suggested to take the small narrow and slippery path to get behind them, but my dad did it a lot when he was younger.
Sometimes the grind is worth it. Enjoy these one-of-a-kind photos below:

Photos Taken behind Tahquamenon Falls

One thing many visitors to Tahquamenon Falls cannot say they’ve done is had the chance to go behind the falls and witness what it is like behind this rushing current of beauty. I recently came across photos taken by a gentleman named Dave steward, who actually had the chance to go behind the falls

Largest Waterfall in Michigan's Lower Peninsula

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