See far more than ice caves on a snowshoe tour in close proximity to the Apostle Islands

Jon Michels paused in a grove of towering hemlocks on a compact ridge overlooking a creek. 

“I could shell out several hours ideal listed here,” he reported as he rested on his trekking poles that disappeared into two ft of pristine white snow. We stood in silence for a couple minutes, listening to the twinkling trickle of the creek below and a woodpecker hammering away at a tree in the distance. 

We had been snowshoeing deep in a tract of previous-progress hemlock forest in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore on the Bayfield peninsula, about a mile from Michels’ home on the edge of the Purple Cliff Reservation.  

“I’ve been coming back below for several years and I have under no circumstances witnessed any individual again right here. It truly is tricky to get again in this article,” he explained as we trekked from his land into the park.  

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