Why You Need to Take a Kayak Tour of Pictured Rocks
Kayaking the Pictured Rocks has become a favored attraction among people of all skill levels. It’s the only kayaking attraction in the area that launches paddlers from a boat. Even if you’ve never kayaked before, you’re guaranteed to have a safe and fun-filled experience during a guided kayak tour along the Pictured Rocks.
Paddle close enough to touch
While hiking or taking a boat cruise along the Pictured Rocks certainly gives explorers an intimate feel, kayaking near the rocks brings paddlers so close to the cliffs that they can touch them while gliding through magical sea caves.
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Lake Superior isn’t just the largest and freshest of the Great Lakes. It’s also the world’s largest freshwater lake by surface area. It’s easy to let the worries of everyday life drift into oblivion and ease into a state of sweet tranquility when floating or paddling along the majestic body of water. When paddling near the Pictured Rocks, gorgeous colors stream down the rock face from the cliffs and mirror Lake Superior’s turquoise waters, making you feel like you’re living a dream.
Safety & Convenience at its Finest
Pictured Rocks Kayaking provides the only off-shore launch. This means, rather than taking off from land, kayakers cruise from Munising Bay aboard a kayak-launching boat and are released into Lake Superior just past Painted Coves. You can skip hours of paddling and get straight to the best parts. Once finished with the paddling portion of the trip, kayakers board the boat for a ride back to shore, leisurely gazing at the colorful cliffs.
A Brand New Vessel
In 2019, Pictured Rocks Kayaking launched its newest vessel, Kayak Express, a 64-by-19 foot boat created to take 72 passengers, six guides and 36 kayaks aboard. The boat was designed specifically for launching kayaks into the water.
Kayaking Pictured Rocks will create memories for a lifetime. Tours fill up fast, so book yours today!