Two Rivers and a Big Lake (plus others)
by bapabear

Trip Type: Paddling Canoe
Entry Date: 06/03/2012
Entry Point: Brule Lake (EP 41)
Exit Point: Homer Lake (EP 40)  
Number of Days: 9
Group Size: 2
Day 3 of 9
Tuesday, June 05, 2012 I’ve driven past Temperance River Park many times and now realize what I’ve been missing. The Lake Superior shoreline alone is worth the visit, but then we hiked along the Temperance River and were treated with some most spectacular images that demonstrated the roaring power of falling water. It was gorgeous, awe inspiring, and definitely worth the time to finally see what the place was all about. If you’ve not checked this place out put it on your “to do” list and soon. The climb along the river follows a rocky path which is nothing new to BW regulars but it could be difficult on a wet day. If you have little ones with you keep them very close by because you can literally walk right up to the cliff edges going down into the raging waters that have cut their way through the solid bedrock.