I had a beer at the top.
Stopped by on my way back from a two week road trip out to Lake Tahoe. Did Magazine, Black Mesa, Wheeler (NM), Wheeler (NV), Boundary and Montgomery on the way out to Tahoe. Wasn't much to see in the middle of the night except the red lights from the windmills. At the tri-state marker I encountered a cow and her calf grazing.
Successful? barely. ha ha
Hit it on the way back from hiking Harney in SD. Nebraska has some nice bluffs and small peaks near Chadron. Was a little disappointed that the HP was not there in the green hills. But a highpoint is a highpoint.
With 5575, Chalk Bluffs, "Bo-Weld Hill", Twin Mounds & Cherry Hill.
Seeing the bison was cool
My wife is still shaking her head...why? Pictures of the adventure at http://www.willhiteweb.com/state_highpoint/nebraska/panorama_point_172.htm
Great drive up from Boulder, saw cool clouds and bison at the top. Also visited the tri-state marker.
Drove from Leadville, having summited Mt. Elbert the day before. I enjoyed the drive and as a complete opposite of the Rockies, I found the open land and big sky of this highpoint quite beautiful.
The Milky Way looked awesome!
Holly and I drove over, said hi to the Buffalo, and then out Panorama Point. This was known as Constable Mountain, for the owners, when I started bagging state highpoints in 1985. Summited while on my 8000-mile Great American Road Trip, in which I bagged the last 5 state high points of my 49 state high points. I'm going to do. Decided 12 years ago to forego Alasaka, I'd much rather go to Nepal if I can go on another 3 week climb somewhere.
Not only did I get this highpoint, but I also visited the NE/CO/WY border. Very easy, and very pleasnt drive! Highpoint #17!
This was the first of three highpoints we visited on a trip to Nebraska and the Dakotas. It was windy and cool. We got some good pics of the buffalo and wind turbines. HP20
A little hard to find but some great sweeping views.
Very easy drive-up, but you will travel along many dirt roads to get there, especially if your GPS guides you. The underbelly of my car got a thorough scraping traveling up the road to the site.
We went to the 3 state marker (NB, WY, CO) that's about 10 minutes away. Good pictures and saw a bison ranch just south of the PP entrance.
It was tough, but after 20 grueling miles of dirt roads and the GPS telling me where to go, I found the Highpoint of Nebraska. We were very proud to be standing like 1000 miles away from home in pretty country. Very windy, and no bison, only bison pies! #3 for me!
Well, two other people is not exactly a crowd but after the miles and miles of nothing getting there we were shocked not to be the only ones at the summit! Surprised by the entrance fee but at least we got to see some buffalo...made me a bit hungry...
Reached the high point at 2:30 am with Keith and Chuck. Very cold and dark.
DOESN'T LOOK MUCH HIGHER THAN THE SURROUNDING PLAINS!
I really like these type of out of the way attractions. This ranks up with the World's Largest Ball of Twine in Cawker City, Kansas.
The views are very nice out here in the middle of nowhere. There was also a lot of bison watching me as I "summited".