Yellow Dog Falls Trail

HARD 8 reviews

Yellow Dog Falls Trail is a 4.5 mile out and back trail located near L'Anse, Michigan that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

4.5 miles
288 feet
Out & Back

dogs on leash




1 month ago

One of our favorites for the beauty waiting at the end of the trail. The waterfall is truly beautiful and the hike would be better classified as moderate to easy aside from a few low spots that cause you to walk over makeshift stick bridges which might be much for the less than sturdy footed hiker. My wife and children (3,5,7 yo) all completed the trail w/o any complications. It’s so worth a look!

10 months ago

Very easy to get too and very beautiful. Well worth the short hike.

10 months ago

There are 2 falls. The first is about half way and you have to walk up the river a ways to see both of them. Both falls are beautiful. The trail was barely used so it was hard to follow. I recommend this trail for a more advanced hiker.
I walked up to the first falls lake and it was beautiful. I would like to do this hike again.

11 months ago

Easy to get to from CR 510. Short easy hike to the falls. 1 mile or less. A number of sources state this is a "hard" trail. That is not true from 510. Very easy.

Friday, January 02, 2015

Excellent trail for snowshoeing; some challenging spots where you have to get across the water. Going thorough tunnel like path created by snow covered trees gave a fairy tale experience! It was around 7ºF/-14ºC, but going with a group made it very enjoyable.

Saturday, August 02, 2014

the best way to get to yellow dog is on co rd 510 off of co rd 550. from there you can go down river and there are 4-5 waterfalls writing a couple miles. I've heard it's great for fishing too.

3 months ago

10 months ago