Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Far above Witches' Gulch the dappled sunlight filters through distant trees
Wisconsin Dells is crowded in the summer and heavily built up with water parks, rides and other tourist attractions. It's mobbed with vacationers. But much of the land along the Wisconsin River itself is owned by the state and is part of the Dells of the Wisconsin River state natural area, and you don't have to go far to leave the tourists far behind. Witches' Gulch is an example, almost other-wordly in the beauty of its steep rock faces and sunlight filtering in from the trees above.