One of the many great Upper Peninsula waterfalls located in the Ottawa National Forest, Yondota Falls is still secluded enough that it does not see much traffic. Parking near a bridge over the river and following a short, well-worn path will put you at a series of falls of various sized drops. The upper section has the largest drop, as part of the river forces its way into a small gorge on its trip downstream
Getting there: from US-2 near Marenisco, turn north on CR-523, go three miles to a bridge over the river. Cross that bridge, park on the opposite side and look for the falls sign and trailhead.