Tannery Falls is a 0.6 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Munising, Michigan that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from May until October.

Distance: 0.6 km Elevation Gain: 21 m Route Type: Out & Back

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

waterfall

no dogs

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rocky
10 days ago

Trail was harder to find, but we did find the green diamonds that led us to the falls. Very cool how close you can get to the falls! We parked on Cleveland Street, walked to the trailhead on Nestor Street. The trailhead has a “Michigan Nature Association” sign at the front. The blue diamonds take you to Olson Falls, which we did first. Then we followed the blue diamonds, which turned into green, to Tannery Falls!

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rocky
8 months ago

This was okay. Short trail. Waterfall wasn’t huge but worth the picture. This trail is not beginner, more like intermediate.

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10 months ago

A little hard to find the trail head, but so worth it. Please note there are two trail heads. This app takes you to the correct place, the other trail head takes you to both (there’s a Y in the trail). So worth going!

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10 months ago

We loved this less traveled trail. There was only one other family out there while we were hiking. The trail head is very difficult to find since the grass is way over grown, but if you start the record feature on the app, you can find your way across the construction to the trail head. We did both waterfalls. There were lots of mosquitos down at the falls, but other than that, it was mostly bug free.

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10 months ago

Parking was hard to find. Park near Nestor and Cleveland intersection and walk down Nestor to see Olsen first, then go over to Tannery. I’d rate this as moderate, although it was a hot day. Definitely need some good shoes to do both Falls there. There is no parking where this trailhead is shown

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11 months ago

Great short hike with a few cliffs along the way. Park across the street in the small gravel lot. The wooden steps right off the highway trailhead will lead right to the falls.

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Tue May 28 2019

Favorite spot in Michigan, I can’t wait to go back to this place again

Thu Mar 28 2019

One of my favorite little hikes in Michigan. I've been here twice and there is very minimal people. Such a hidden gem!!

Tue Sep 04 2018

Probably the best falls in Munising, next to Minors falls. Sort walk to get there, a little rooted but not bad.

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Tue Aug 28 2018

Absolutely fantastic loop. There are a variety of trailheads - 3 I think. I didn’t even realize there was another fall (memorial falls) until we found the last (“true”) trailhead. Fantastically fun hike and great, quiet piece of heaven. Very under-traveled.

Tue Aug 21 2018

parking lot is across the road from the trailhead. the trail head can be entered at two places. the left is rugged and muddy, to the right is a actual trail. needless to say, we didn't find the actual trail until we got back to the falls. definitely worth the hike!

Sun Jul 08 2018

Great double action trail with two falls on parallel routes in-out. A little tricky to locate trailhead but once on the trail, they are well marked.

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Sat Mar 31 2018

Nice, easy trail to a nice waterfall tucked away. Also hike to Memorial Falls while you are there.

Thu Jun 29 2017

You can go all the way under the falls. Beautiful. It is also a small loop.

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Thu Apr 13 2017

Very short and out of the way. There is a staircase on the side of the road. Parking across the road from the staircase. Easy short trail. Go after it rains at the waterfall is huge (it doesnt look big in pictures until you see a person standing under it--see my photos) Loved it

Thu Aug 04 2016

Hidden and unadvertised. We loved it, a great hike with awesome rock formations and a nice waterfall. Very narrow walking path. Just out of town to the east. Washington St. Takes you back to Munising falls. Park in a small gravel spot or on the side of the road on Washington. Walk across H-58 and you will see the trails. There are three options. We started from the west trail of the twin falls(Olson, or Tinnary) and made a loop and came back around. The fall's trail furthest to the east, we liked the least!

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