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June 22nd, 2007

After exploring Blue Mounds I drove up to Pipestone to see what it had to offer. I'd heard there was a waterfall so naturally that was the main reason to visit. The cost is $5 and that is good for seven days. The visitors center has displays and things for sale. Outside is a self-guided trail that is 3/4 of a mile. It was a nice walk. I'd say this place is worth checking out!

Winnewissa Falls

Old Stone Face