It’s known as “Triple Falls,” a secluded series of falls fed by small creeks that empty into the Blue Earth River. It’s accessible by boat or by a narrow, gravel road with no dedicated parking area.
We parked just short of the gate to the Kato Cycle Club and descended the layered limestone bluff to get in position for these photos. I’m not as spry (or fitly shaped) as I once was and I was glad to have a couple of my sons with me to navigate the terrain.
“They’re reminiscent of something you’d see in Washington state or Oregon with moss growing everywhere”
With the high water right now the falls were lively and more photogenic than during normal conditions – not unlike Minnemishinona Falls. With all the rain and humidity this time of year they’re reminiscent of something you’d see in Washington state or Oregon with moss growing everywhere.
These photos were taken without the aid of a Neutral Density (“ND”) filter because of the position of the sun and density of cover. A tripod was still necessary.