They are now requesting $2.00 at Panorama Point.
July 22, 2006: The access fee is now $3.00 per person.
It seems like the two links to the winter ascent pages don't work.
Here's a link to a story about an expedition to Panorama Point - Return to Thick Air
Thanks you very much for finding this! I've made the changes to the page.
May I suggest adding directions from Colorado to the "getting there" section?
If you can provide them, I will happily add the directions to the page.
I just wanted to point out that under the External Links, only the link "America's Roof Guide to Panorama Point" is not broken.
from Colorado - head to Hereford (right south of Wyoming State Border) head east on CR 136 - pavement ends at junction CR 136/89 - continue until junction with CR 111 - turn left on CR 111 until you cross the state line and you reached CR 5
if the Colorado route makes distance/timewise sense depends on where one starts - if starting from Denver Metro Area it is actually faster to go via the Wyoming/Nebraska route ( as per mapquest) instead of going to Hereford
from the Pawnee Buttes one can get to Panorama Point via CR 107,CR 124 and CR 111 - all gravel roads
link is broken
If you wish to visit the CO-WY-NE tri-point, from the high point turn off the private road, head a few miles south to CO county 136, right (west) a few miles to the next real road intersection, right (north) a few miles to the state border. You will see a fence line perpendicular to the road at the state border, and a closed gate just prior to it. Enter the gate, drive about a half mile along the road trace to the wind mill/stock tank, and park. The tri-point monument is about a quarter mile further along the fence line. I do not recommend driving beyond the stock tank. During our visit this area was quite wet; you would likely get stuck. Well worth the side visit. You can continue back on that public road north to Pine Bluffs and I-80.