Spring trim at ‘The Deeps’ could cut into summer fun, improve safety

Duluth city workers aren’t making friends with thrill-seekers that enjoy the adrenaline rush of cliff jumping near the turbid waters of Amity Creek. The Duluth News Tribune reports that workers pruned a cedar tree that sits atop the popular cliff jump known as ‘The Deeps’ to locals. Apparently a couple of kids were sent to the hospital after climbing the tree to add height to the already significant cliff jump.

Here’s a compilation of kids jumping at ‘The Deeps,’ most of the footage appears shot near the pruned tree.

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