Apostle Islands kayaking ceases to amaze visitors from around the world, there is beauty in everything, even in the silence and darkness inside the caves. The Apostle Islands sea caves are a bucket list item for many paddlers and the golden hour on the red sandstone cliffs in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is incredible and awe inspiring. Lake Superior is the third largest freshwater lake in the world. It’s so big that it creates its own weather patterns, much like a sea. That’s why the caves along the south shore of Lake Superior are referred to as sea caves. Sea caves or Littoral caves from Apostle Islands National Lakeshore are formed by the action of waves pounding against rocks that line the shores of oceans and larger lakes. Watching the morning mist burn off at the caves will most certainly put kayaking the sea caves at the top of your list. Come find some calm in the chaos that is life. Get out and explore and come back for more!
aposte islands national lakeshore
The Apostle Islands in Wisconsin are a group of 22 islands in Lake Superior, off the Bayfield Peninsula in northern Wisconsin. Kayaking Lake Superior is unpredictable and vast, scary at times, but when you’re paddling, immersed in the elements, everything else—future worries and past regrets—fade away. It’s just you the wind and the water. Kayaking the sea caves is not the only thing to do the in the Apostle Islands. There are many campgrounds and excellent rustic lodging options. exploring remote parts of the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior while backpacking or camping is another way to explore this ancient sandstone archipelago. Apostle islands adventure tours can include a myriad of activities, but one thing is for sure, you will be able to get close to nature’s heart and listen. The sea cave create a symphony of noises and you may even get the amazing opportunity to be serenaded by loons as you sit in a cathedral of pines at a campground, feeling millions of miles away from civilization.