Pawnee County Highpoint Trip Report
Date: November 24, 2007
I used Bob Martinís approach. If you drive east on the nearly overgrown track
road along the Edwards-Pawnee county line, stay on the north side of the fence.
The weeds are 10 feet tall on the south side. The north-south 360 Road is a
welcome relief after the bush-drive along mighty G Road. I advise you take a
compass or GPS. The terrain is rolling and clouds/precipitation/night can get
you off-bearing. There is a north-south fence to cross after a quarter mile,
and thereís a north-south fence at the highpoint. It may be best to approach
this cohp by driving 0.8 mile south on 360 Road off of H Road. Reach this from
the north by going 0.7 mile east of Burdett on KS 158, then south for 6 miles on
a paved road, and driving 2 miles west on H Road to 360 Road; then go south 0.8 mile.
Author: John Mitchler