Come to Tettegouche for a great sense of the North Shore: the spectacular overlooks at Shovel Point; rocky, steep cliffs and inland bluffs; the cascading 60 ft. High Falls of the Baptism River; and the historic Tettegouche Camp where visitors can stay the night. This is a hiker's paradise with miles of trails that overlook the Sawtooth Mountains and wind down to inland lakes accessible only by foot. The Palisade Valley Unit features broad scenic vistas coupled with an expanse of multi-use, four-season trails. Two more trout lakes complement the fishing opportunities within the rest of the park. The park is also known for rock climbing opportunities and quality birdwatching in the spring, summer, and especially the fall.

1 month ago

Great trail, has alot of steps but the view is well worth it. Highly recommend the short detour to the Supeior beach.

1 month ago

Hiked this in the winter. The falls were mostly frozen. It was a beautiful scene. We hiked without ice cleats, but they certainly would have been helpful to have.

2 months ago

Beautiful easy stroll along picturesque coastline. There are ups and downs but lots it easy well maintained steps and trail very easy to follow. Bring your camera!

This is a quick and easy hike with plenty of photo opportunities! The suspension bridge is very cool!

3 months ago

Great trail for Minnesota! Came here around golden hour after hitting Palisade Head. The trail alternated from boardwalk to rock bed strewn with gravel. There were several nice vantage points and the end of the trail was idyllic. Definitely an easy trail, but easy to take a while here enjoying the views.

Definitely enjoyed this hike! We hiked about 23 total miles from country road 6 to PENN Blvd. used Bob from superior shuttle for transportation. We did an overnight in between at east palisade creek. From county road 6 to the camp site, it’s about 16 miles. Much farther than I had calculated and too far in my opinion for one day!
I’d say some of the best views of the entire Superior trail. Lake Superior was visible in a number of places and at other peaks, we had amazing views of the trees (which were just starting to turn colors). The fog was super thick on the days we went, so we probably even missed a number of stunning views.
The camp sites were very basic. No picnic table, but did have a latrine, fire pit and some wooden plank seating. No bear hanging area like other sections of the trail have, so had to make our own.
The lack of water resources actually surprised me considering how wet it’s been this summer. Fill up when you see a creek!
I’d do this section again, but maybe over three days instead of two.

4 months ago

Perfect spot to watch the moon rise!

Beautiful falls at the end of an easy, well-paved trail. To enjoy the full experience make sure to cross the hanging bridge and follow the trail to the bottom of High Falls

Beautiful trail with varying elevations. Take the steep stairs (there had to be 75+ stairs) down to the river before the falls. Very quiet, which I assume not many trek down because of these stairs. We had the river to ourselves for the entire time. On the way back up you’ll get a good leg workout! We did this after exploring High Falls.

6 months ago

Great shoreline views but very mosquito-ey!! They know the path is highly frequented

A good waterfall to hike for (High Falls) that isn’t as crowded as Gooseberry. If you’re going to hit the other waterfalls, see them on the way - none are as impressive as High Falls. Also, a cool suspension bridge is just above the falls. P.S. Watch out for big scary black beetles flying around this time of year!

6 months ago

Amazing views at the end! Make sure you go all the way to the very end.

Awesome falls, cool swinging bridge and nice elevation changes make for a good hour long hike.

Great waterfall views at both top and bottom of the waterfall. Nice easy hike in with a great path. Cool
Old suspension bridge you can cross and the falls have multiple view points to see down the river.

Nice hike today we had a blast

Great hike for families. As others have said the park rates it moderate because of the stairs. If your little ones can handle the stairs it's a great hike for families. Beautiful views!

6 months ago

Great Hike! Took about 2 hours with two adults, two kids (10 & 8) and a dog. This trail goes down to both Two Step Falls and the High Falls. It also continues to the High Falls observation bridge. It does not go to Cascade Falls. If you plan on going down to see both falls plan on about 500 steps.

My boyfriend and I enjoyed every bit of it! Extremely beautiful!

Not too difficult. Hiked easily with my 2 month old in a carrier and my 7 year old handled it well. Beautiful views of the river and falls.

This says it is Easy but Park maps rate it Moderate because it has 300 stairs on the trail. Nice viewing spots.

This is the hike to the High Falls from the Visitor Center. It also includes Cascade Falls. The shorter hike to High Falls does not go by Cascade Falls.

I think this trail is the trail to the High Falls from the trailhead lot. You can cross the River on metal swing bridge and get down below the falls. Nice!

7 months ago

Nice easy hike up to a beautiful waterfall. A little crowded with people in some spots.

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Beautiful trails and waterfalls!

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Beautiful trails and waterfalls!

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Lots of stairs:). great trip to the waterfall. the hanging bridge is a photo spot and a swim upstream towards the falls is worth the walk.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

This is a wonderful hike with beautiful views. Be sure to take the trail down to the river and catch the beautiful photo ops.

great views once the hike is over.... muddy and visible water puddles along the way, so dress appropriately

Monday, August 01, 2016

Absolutely awesome. Nice mix of deep forest, higher elevation with views and lake/creek side stuff.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Doesn't get any better than this one. North Shore beauty at it's finest...all seasons

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