Geological formation

Palisade Head

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Jenny
July 26, 2018
Drive all the way up to the top. Looks like you might have to park and walk, but you can take the trail all the way up in your car. The views from and of the cliffs are stunning. It's a must see.
Amanda
April 22, 2022
You can drive up the narrow path & park at the top! Best view on the North Shore!
Brian And Sandra
February 25, 2021
Palisade Head is just north a short drive out of Beaver Bay, straight north on Hwy 61. It is a steep drive up to the top of the park where there is a good parking lot. This is easy hiking around the top of Palisade Head with fantastic views, but be very cautious as there are very steep cliffs.
Aubrey
May 7, 2015
Palisade Head is a massive rhyolite lava flow within ancient lava flows that occur along the shore from Duluth to Canada. It's a sheer 300 ft drop to the lake with an amazing view of Shovel Point.
Christina And Jeremiah
October 15, 2020
One of the best views can be found from this stunning rock formation that rises hundreds of feet above the North Shore.

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