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Lovers Leap map, photos, satellite view and comments. Lovers Leap is a Arch in Alger County, MI with an elevation of 604 feet, or 184 meters above sea level.

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What's Nearby Lovers Leap
Lovers Leap 0.00 miles away
A Arch in Alger, Michigan
Pictured Rocks 0.07 miles away
A Cliff in Alger, Michigan
Mosquito Beach Campground 0.42 miles away
A Locale in Alger, Michigan
Sail Rock 0.57 miles away
A Pillar in Alger, Michigan
Mosquito River 0.57 miles away
A Stream in Alger, Michigan
Mosquito Falls 1.31 miles away
A Falls in Alger, Michigan
Grand Portal Point 1.74 miles away
A Cape in Alger, Michigan
Grand Portal 1.92 miles away
A Arch in Alger, Michigan
Chapel Lake 1.97 miles away
A Lake in Alger, Michigan
Section Thirtyfour Creek 2.03 miles away
A Stream in Alger, Michigan

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Lover's Leap| Shingleton | AFAR.com
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Lovers Leap in the Pictured Rocks | Michigan in Pictures
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Lover’s Leap, photo by siskokid. Pictured Rocks Tours say legend has it that an Indian couple displayed their love for one another by jumping off the top ...

Lovers Leap Arch - Paddling Michigan
https://www.paddlingmichigan.com/location/lovers-leap-arch
Lovers Leap Arch. The most photographed place in the Pictured Rocks. Fun to paddle through. Ask your guide about the Native American legend of how it was named.

lovers leap | Michigan in Pictures
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Lover’s Leap, photo by siskokid. Pictured Rocks Tours say legend has it that an Indian couple displayed their love for one another by jumping off the top of this ...

Lovers leap : Michigan - reddit
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Northern Michigan University to debut the world's first cold-weather "body farm" 2 . ... Lovers leap (i.imgur.com) submitted 10 months ago by tghersh88. 14 comments;

Place Type
Lovers Leap is a Arch. Definition: Natural arch-like opening in a rock mass (bridge, natural bridge, sea arch).


Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 46.5330556
Longitude: -86.4897222


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