Falls of the Yellow Dog Professional Review and Guide
"The headwaters country of the Yellow Dog River holds a hallowed spot in U.P. lore. Approached only by a long, dusty drive, the whole upper drainage resides within a wilderness area, the McCormick Tract.
There, on a high plateau inhabited by a remarkable forest, the waters of White Deer Lake, Lake Margaret, and dozens of brooks ow north. At the north end of that plateau, the pace quickens. That pristine water tumbles downward hundreds of vertical feet in the cascades known as the Falls of the Yellow Dog. This hike visits these waterfalls on two separate branches of the river, a mile apart."