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Adams County - Spring Bluff (1,280+ feet)

Brown County - Morrison benchmark (1,015 feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Buffalo County - seven areas (1,360+ feet)

Calumet County - one area (1,130+ feet)

Columbia County - one area on South Range (1,480+ feet)

Crawford County - one area (1,320+ feet)

Dane County - Blue Mounds (1,489 feet)

Dodge County - one or two areas (1,230+ feet)

Fond du Lac County - one area (1,270+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Grant County - 12 areas (1,240+ feet)

Green County - one area (1,180+ feet)

Green Lake County - one area (1,090+ feet)

Iowa County - spot elevation on Blue Mounds (1,719 feet)

Jackson County - Saddle Mound and two areas (1,400+ feet)

Jefferson County - two areas (1,060+ feet)

Juneau County - two areas on Johnson Hill (1,380+ feet)

Kenosha County - one area (990+ feet)

Kewaunee County - Cherneyville Hill (1,020 feet)

La Crosse County - two areas (1,400+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Lafayette County - north mound of Platte Mounds (1,440+ feet)

Manitowoc County - USGS benchmark (1,047 feet) and three areas (1,040+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Marquette County - one area (1,320+ feet)

Milwaukee County - two areas (860+ feet)

Monroe County - two areas (1,448 feet) and multiple areas (1,440+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Outagamie County - two areas (1,010+ feet)

Ozaukee County - two areas (980+ feet)

Portage County - one area (1,320+ feet)

Racine County - USGS benchmark (952 feet)

Richland County - eight areas (1,300+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Rock County - Magnolia Bluff (1,050+ feet)

Sauk County - USGS benchmark at Sauk Point (1,593 feet) and one area (1,580+ feet)

Sheboygan County - Parnell Observation Tower (1,312 feet)

Trempealeau County - one area (1,360+ feet)

Vernon County - ten areas (1,380+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Walworth County - three areas (1,150+ feet)

Washington County - USGS benchmark (1,332 feet), Holy Hill, and one area (both 1,330+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Waukesha County - Lapham Hill and two areas (1,230+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Waupaca County - one area (1,220+ feet)

        No trip reports have been posted.

Waushara County - six areas (1,300+ feet)

Winnebago County - on county boundary (990+ feet)

Wood County - Powers Bluff (1,480+ feet)


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FAIR WARNING: These are "armchair mountaineer" articles, an offering for amusement, not action. Many of these peaks are potentially life threatening, or are on private property. Adequate mountaineer training and/or owner's permission are required if you choose to pursue this list. The authors cited on this page accept no responsibility for injury, or any liability related to these route descriptions.

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