A challenging high point near Richmond ,Indiana. and Oxford, Ohio
If there are any little peaks in Indiana, you need to list those, too.
You need to add this peak to the U.S. HIghpoints Group.
I made some solid additions to the page.
You updated the vote on the Iowa HP, but is this page still lacking? I added it to the U.S. highpoints group. What else does it need to be complete? Thanks.
Looking better... I don't see a problem with posting Iowa's high point. I actually drove past it a few years ago.
I answered your comments
Oh, should I put up Iowa's highpoint. It is the last one I was considering putting up.
Nice! Summits are, after all, summits. It's good to have
a 'Mountains of Indiana' category now.
Thanks for keeping us highpointers in the know : )
Thanks for the votes on my highpoint pages!
Have you visited any of these?
Sadly, I have not...I'll head over to Mount Magazine sometime over Christmas break, and I'm doing Guadalupe with some other SPers in January...even thought that's not your page...hopefully a few random others as the spring approaches. I can't believe you already have 26...I'm so jealous!
Thanks for posting this state highpoint. It's hard to make a flat summit look interesting. I tried to find some history about the area on the web, but found absolutely nothing of interest. If I come across anything, I'll post it.
Thanks. Have you ever seen my page on Hawkeye Point (Iowa) and Britton Hill (Florida)?
Thanks a lot! I know some highpoints aren't mountains, but they are certainly summits!
Thanks for the tips. The summit was nice. They have redone most of the signs and area surrounding the high point.
Damn, I lived in Indiana for 30 years and never made it here. Probably not worth a trip back now :-)
Good page, thanks for getting some of the lesser highpoints.
Thanks a lot for the vote!
Another good highpoint page!!