I shouldn’t be surprised by the beauty of nature, but I was awestruck when I looked up from the base of this sandstone bluff. It’s located along the Lost Canyon Trail in Governor Dodge State Park.
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When you’re on top of Gibraltar Rock, the scenic views just beg for a panorama.
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The hiking trails along the southeastern edge of Big Bay State Park (where I camped on Madeline Island) provide excellent views of the granite rocks that line the shore of Lake Superior there.
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Funny how something can be called a “mountain” when it really isn’t. Trempealeau Mountain in Wisconsin’s Perrot State Park.
On Memorial Day I went hiking at Gibraltar Rock, a state natural area connected to Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail. It was my first time there — the views are amazing.
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Shaconage, the Cherokee name for the area of the Smoky Mountains means “land of blue smoke.”
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