Photos: Fueled by snowmelt, North Shore waterfalls put on a showApr 15, 2019 06:31AM ● By Editor
The Pigeon River drops 120 feet within Grand Portage State Park at High Falls. Derek Montgomery for MPR News
By Derek Montgomery of Minnesota Public Radio News - April 15, 2019
From the streams that cascade through Duluth to mighty High Falls on the Canadian border, the waterfalls of Minnesota's North Shore are putting on a show.
Fueled by snowmelt and free of winter's icy cloak, the rivers that tumble toward Lake Superior are near the peak of their annual spring spectacle.
Photographer Derek Montgomery ventured along Highway 61 to capture images from a few of the roaring falls.
To see more of Derek Montgomery's amazing photo gallery of waterfalls on the North Shore, follow this link to the Minnesota Public Radio News website. https://www.mprnews.org/story/2019/04/14/photos-minnesota-north-shore-waterfalls