Logan County High Point Trip Report
Date: April 7, 2002
Turn off I-94 at exit 228 onto Highway 30 and go 17 miles south. Turn right on Hwy. 46. Even though
you turn toward the west, it almost immediately curves back to the south; continue for another 7 miles to
Highway 34. There are a couple access roads, but none get any closer than about a mile and half. I thought the
easiest one was reached by going east on 34 for 5 miles and then south for 2 miles on the gravel road.
The access is more of a worn down path into the fields than an actual road. It goes for almost a mile before
reaching fenced-in pasture. You'll have to hoof it from here.
It's fairly easy to maintain your bearing, though, because you can walk right along the fence line right up to
the cohp. As I said, it's around a mile and a half to the summit over open pasture land. There was a small
stack of rocks on top that some previous visitor had placed there. There's a pretty great view in all
directions. It was rainy when I was up there so the view was partially obscured but I'm sure you could see
20 - 30 miles in every direction.
Author: Dan Richardson