Wisconsin's Highest Natural Point Elev. 1951.5 FT

© Photographed June 4, 2017 and May 13, 2018
Timm's Hill, Price County, Wisconsin
45.446585, -90.199789 (entrance to the park)
45.450454, -90.192435 (parking to access the peak)
45.450834, -90.195183 (marker location)

Wisconsin's Highest
Natural Point
Elev. 1951.5 Ft.

The marker is located at the top of Timm's Hill in Timm's Hill County Park, Hill, Wisconsin 54459.

NOTE: The marker is easy to locate -- the park road is one-way and leads directly to the parking area to access the trial to the tower and the marker. BUT, the trail is very steep and a little treacherous if one is not in good physical condition.
Timms Hill is the highest natural point in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. Located in north-central Wisconsin in Timms Hill County Park in the Town of Hill in Price County, Timms Hill has an elevation of 1,951.5 ft (595 m). It is less than 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Highway 86, about midway between Ogema and Spirit and about 23 miles (37 km) west of Tomahawk.

A public lookout tower on top offers outstanding views of the surrounding area. Visible to the southeast is Rib Mountain (elev. 1,924 ft, 586 m), 44 miles away by line of sight.

The ten-mile Timms Hill Trail connects to the Ice Age Trail,[3] a National Scenic Trail stretching 1,200 miles (1,900 km) across glacial terrain in Wisconsin.
Timm's Hill Trail 
The Timm's Hill Trail is a 10 mile non-motorized trail connecting the Ice Age Trail to Timm's Hill, elevation 1951.5 feet, Wisconsin's highest natural point.

Wisconsin Ice Age Trail
Timm's Hill is located along Wisconsin's Ice Age Trail.

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Even Dexter was a little pooped at the end of the climb.

This is a wonderful video! Enjoy!

See the bench?

Check these guys out -- super cool and interesting!

The steepest part of the climb, at the very end,
with the tower visible between the trees.

Looks completely different in early spring.

Many places to stop and rest on the steel climb.

Looking down the path back to the parking lot.

A little treacherous, at points . . .

Cool boulder at the bottom of the trail.

The trail to the top of the hill is visible to the left of this kiosk.

View of Timm's Hill -- looking west across Bass Lake.

Looking southwest across Timm's Lake.

More beautiful scenes of Timm's Lake from Ring School Road.

Hill of Beans, on the south end of Bass Lake.

Lots of signage leading to Timm's Hill Park
(making it easy to find):

The marker is located at Timms Hill County Park in Hill, Wisconsin.

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