A Giant List of Waterfalls

Jacob has been to a lot of waterfalls. From the sandstone drops of Ontonagon to the volcanic plunges of the Huron Mountains to Keweenaw Ridge's craggy slides, he's gotten around. Some of the falls end up being surprising finds, numerous drops that are not documented anywhere else, while others end up being huge disappointments that barely warrant the long searches and planning stages.

No Name Falls, lower drops

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