Have seen this by kayak many years ago and this time by the boat tour with our kids. It really doesn't disappoint. The kayak was more intimate but with the boat trip we could see the whole 20 some miles of it. The kids enjoyed trying to pick out the shapes made by the rocks. We had great weather but I bet if Lake Superior is "acting up" it would be different. There are also great places to view this from land with overlooks and a hiking trail that runs the length of the whole thing. It's a Michigan treasure.
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