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Peterson Falls
Photo By David Luebke

  • Title: Peterson Falls
  • State/Province/Region: Wisconsin
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Northern Wisconsin
  • Nearest Town: Hurley
  • Brief Directions: East Branch Montreal River (Hurley Area). Start at US 51 and US 2 overpass north of Hurley. Proceed west on US 2 for .6 miles. Turn north (right) on the gravel road at the Ero Nasi Construction Company sign. Follow this dirt road and continue to travel straight east. Do not take any of the side roads that branch off. Continue for .3 miles and park at the small turnaround. Follow the foot path located on the north side of the parking area. It is about 1/4 mile walk to the falls.
  • Notes: Used polorizer, tripod. Shot at ISO 200, .7 sec at f22 with zoom at 18mm.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: Peterson Falls by Hurley, WI.
  • Gear: Pentax *ist DL w/ 18-50mm lens
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