Imagine a million years ago the river flowed to the eastside of the Park putting Perrot in Minnesota.
I guess change can be good.
|Goat Prairie 65 acres|
|turning point-Tremp. Mountain revealed|
|View at the top 460 feet above.|
One path take 30 minutes, the other a half hour, your choice. I prefer up the natural path and down the stairs since I can take in the vistas going down the trail better than with my back when going up the stairs.
|Summer view from atop Brady's|
|Shelter on Top of Brady's Bluff|
|Early spring-view from Brady's of Bay|
|Another Peak at the Mississippi|
|Down the Stairs|
|More stairs over 500 steps|
|Stairs hugging the rock exposure|
|Tree roots hugging the Bluffside|
As you come down off Brady's Bluff stairs you enter a great ravine, loaded with spring wild flowers and water trickling off rocky formations
I suggest a walking stick since some paths are narrow and drop offs are steep. A stick also helps you steady your camera and point out beautiful blooms.