I'm not sure why this was called Little Sable Lighthouse. I'm not sure why. When we talked to one of the tour guides he told us Little Sable was actually a little taller than Big Sable.
It's lovely as it came into view. There are a couple of large sand dunes in front of it. We were not foolish enough to walk up the really big hill you see but we did walk up one leading to the lighthouse not realising there was a flat concrete path a little further up!
There are 139 steps up to the top of this one and, yes, we did climb them!
There are a couple of hatches you have to duck through to get out to the top.
I wouldn't recommend looking down the steps!
The views are just spectacular. It was well worth the climb.
Seeing the actual light up close was great to see!
The walk down was a little easier than the one up, thank goodness. You receive a little sticker when you've done the climb up!
It's a really beautiful lighthouse. Originally there was a lightkeeper's house attached but it was sadly torn down and, as you can see from the sign, it originally had a different name too.
I am really enjoying visiting these lighthouses. This will be the last for a while though.