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Modified 17-Feb-22
Created 15-Jan-11
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The sea caves are loacated near Cornucopia, WI along the south shore of Lake Superior and are accessible by kayak during the summer.
In the winter they turn into ice caves - a magical place to visit! The red rock formations are covered by stalactites and stalagmites of ice. The National Park Service describes the caves as a "fairyland of needle-like icicles".
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Pine tree framing the view of an ice cave, Lake SuperiorIce cave, view from above 3Pine Tree at the edge of frozen Lake SuperiorGroup of Birch trees at the edge of frozen Lake Superior 2Birch tree at the edge of frozen Lake Superior 2Birch tree at the edge of frozen Lake Superior 1Ice Caves, The "Bowl", view from aboveGroup of Birch trees at the edge of frozen Lake Superior 1Ice cave, view from above 2Close-up of an ice cavePine tree and ice cave, Lake SuperiorGroup of Red Pine Trees at the edge of frozen Lake SuperiorIce cave, view from above 1Ice cave, The CrevasseLake Superior sunset, March '15Ice Cave window, sunset 2Ice Cave window, sunset 1Ice Cave Arch, March '15_DSC9341a_DSC9333a

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Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Snow and Ice
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Keywords:Lake Superior, Wisconsin, caves, ice, icicles, orange, red, rocks, white, winter