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Meyers Beach Sea Caves

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Meyers Beach Sea Caves

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Krystin V wrote a review Oct 2020
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Hiked the 1.8 mile stretch of the shore to see the beautiful sea caves!! The hike there was moderate and filled with October colors. The end result was not disappointing! Looking across the vast lake was calming and a perfect part of our trip! Definitely going again. The landing had a spot to load and unload kayaks! Something to think about when it's not too windy out!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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ondossagonchick wrote a review Oct 2020
Ashland, Wisconsin183 contributions42 helpful votes
We are in our late 60's and live in the Ashland area. We like hiking to the many waterfalls, lookouts, and beaches in the area. We decided we would hike this trail on a perfect fall day and anxious to see the sea caves from above as we have been to the sea caves numerous times in the winter. Somehow we assumed the trail would go along the cliff above the caves. Not true, it was through the forest ( which is beautiful) and only see the lake at the end. The initial portion of the hike was two boards that run parallel creating a board walk. It was wonderful. It then extended to some trail and some boards. Then ruff trail. There were numerous up and downs into ravines and difficult climb down and back up other side. We did get to see a couple of glimpses of the caves, and better view at the end. (We did not go far beyond the bench area, as we were advised by other hikers they didn't see much beyond where we stopped.) The view was lovely, but quite frankly we felt the views equaled many places such as the Meyers beach overlook, Port Wing, Cornucopia, or Little Sand Bay. It took us one and a quarter hours to return back to the parking lot from the end point. This hike was way above our skill level, we were very nervous while hiking and worried if we got hurt how we would get out. Think twice about taking this hike if you are older, or you have any compromised heath conditions. For avid hikers, enjoy!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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lunahalogirl wrote a review Oct 2020
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This is what we came for and we were not disappointed. The hike of the shore was a beautiful challenge. The trail is well kept, but please understand it is very rugged. You are in a natural area so practice general wilderness safety. The out and back is 4.5 miles. It is continuously up and down, trail walking sticks were very helpful. Make sure you go all the way to the Bowl area for unbeatable views. Pack water and a snack, relax and enjoy the sights and sounds. The noise from the waves crashing into the submerged caves is eerie and like nothing I've experienced. Good sturdy shoes or boots highly recommended.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Wisconsinites wrote a review Oct 2020
Madison, Wisconsin9 contributions
A must if you are visit this area. Hike was nice, overlooking the sea caves. The path was relatively busy closer to the trail head but then thins out as you hike. We hiked almost the entire trail which ends in a camping ground. We recommend only hiking the shoreline. After this, you vier away and the trail isn't as scenic....
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Date of experience: September 2020
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abmilw wrote a review Sep 2020
Milwaukee, Wisconsin484 contributions171 helpful votes
I think all of the vendors take out and put in here. Can be a bit of a logjam One would think they would stagger the start times. Nice beach that you can play in, if not kayaking. Bathrooms and parking available. If the lake is windy or wavey you will likely have a much different experience than if it is calm and sunny. You won't be able to go into some of the caves and the kayaking will of course be more difficult. The half day trip is worth it, as you see most of the caves, cliffs. If you add on lunch - depending where your vendor goes - it is just more kayaking across an open bay and you aren't necessarily seeing a ton more sea caves or cliffs. It may be a long slog too. There is also a hiking footpath on top of the cliffs that follows the shoreline.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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