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Lost Creek Falls

Lost Creek Falls

Cornucopia, Wisconsin

Lost Creek Falls is a very scenic waterfall located in the woods south west of Cornucopia. The falls consists of an 8′ plunge with a few feet of cascades above and below the plunge. You can walk behind the falls, which is not common for waterfalls around Lake Superior. There is a small 3′ cascade a short distance downstream of the main waterfall.

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A small, but very scenic wild waterfall. Reached by a 2 mile hike through the woods. The trail crosses two bridges. The first is over Lost Creek #2. The trail then descends somewhat steeply down to the bridge over Lost Creek #1. It then curves and climbs back up the hill. A few hundred yards past the bridge there is a foot path on the right. This leads down to the falls. There is a nice open area at the base of the falls, with plenty of spots to take photos.


To reach the falls – Lost Creek Falls on Lost Creek No 1 (15 feet) Remote. Take Hwy 13 west from Cornucopia about a mile and turn south on Klemik Rd. Travel about 3/4 mile to the ATV/snowmobile trail crossing, park off to the side of the yellow gate and hike east on the ATV trail for 15-20 minutes, cross Lost Creek No 2 at the old bridge (creeks are NOT marked with names), continue on another 10 minutes to Lost Creek No 1. Either follow the sandstone bank upstream (more difficult) or stay on the trail, through a couple of curves and up a hill, watch for a foot- path into the woods and to the falls. Waypoint: 46.834185N 91.12056W


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