Frozen falls and other wacky winter water

When most of us picture winter ice, we conjure up mental images of skating rinks and icicles. But did you know there’s a lot of variety in wintry water formations?

From frozen falls to ice volcanoes, winter water is quite a sight to behold:

Continue reading Frozen falls and other wacky winter water

A winter wander along a frozen Lake Superior

Today’s post comes from Bob Elliott, a past superintendent of the winter wonderland that is Lake Superior Provincial Park. Please note: so far in 2020, no ice caves are present.

Every so often, the winters around Lake Superior are cold enough to freeze the waters of Gitchee Gumee, providing a magical opportunity to walk on the ice of the world’s largest freshwater lake (by surface area).

Continue reading A winter wander along a frozen Lake Superior