Polk County High Point Trip Report

Date: December 12, 2002
Author: Gene Daniell

I agree with Fred Lobdell that the southeastern knoblet is definitely higher than the northwestern one - but the 295+ ft knob just north of the corner junction with the 289-foot spot elevation looks awfully close to being even higher! (I went there and took a look and maybe I believe the map.) The land is posted on both sides of the road near the corner, but as the signs aren't in sight from the parking point and you only have to go about four rows of trees into the grove, you don't have to spend much time in questionable territory.