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Hard to find but a niice hike

This was our 19th state high point and it was very enjoyable. The hardest thing about this place is... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2015
RiceWP
,
Wellfleet, Massachusetts
via mobile
Off the Beaten Path - Highest Point in North Dakota

We had a little trouble finding the trailhead. Directions we found online didn't match up with what... read more

Reviewed 20 November 2014
mu92
,
Oxford, Ohio
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North Dakota's highest mountain has a two-mile trail leading to its peak at 3,506 feet.
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20 Sep 2015
“Hard to find but a niice hike”
20 Nov 2014
“Off the Beaten Path - Highest Point in North Dakota”
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Amidon, ND
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Reviewed 21 September 2015 via mobile

This was our 19th state high point and it was very enjoyable. The hardest thing about this place is finding it! There are no signs letting you know where to turn or even street names. Once there, you park on the closed road and follow...More

Thank RiceWP
Reviewed 20 November 2014

We had a little trouble finding the trailhead. Directions we found online didn't match up with what the GPS was telling us. Ended up just using the GPS coordinates from Wikipedia entered into the Garmin and it worked. This high point is on private land...More

Thank mu92
Reviewed 30 May 2014

Another Highpoint site. This point was a little confusing to get to because there was a sign that said White Butte and there was a road right near the sign, however, the actual road to the location was to the east of the sign on...More

Thank 525Diane
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