Exploring the canyon just beyond Cedar Point, we came upon two waterfalls which are familiar to us. A bit off the beaten path of Matthiessen Park, these waterfalls generally freeze up to create ice caves, and this process is beginning.
Only a few meters apart, both waterfalls can be viewed, explored, and photographed at once. We were between cold spells, so this particular morning was relatively warm - in the mid twenties, so while some water was freezing, the insides of the caves were still very liquid, and water poured in from all around.
While we couldn't explore all the way inside the caves, we did manage to get in to view the ice formations up close.
With the recent below zero weather, these falls should produce solid walls of ice very soon - and we'll head back.
Posted by Tom Gill at Monday, January 18, 2016