Truly a world apart from the Lower Peninsula, on this list are the quirky, comedic, strange, and obscure locations of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I came here to drive up soggy logging roads to the top of Mount Arvon and discovered many great places along the way.
Some US highpointers also seek to climb US county highpoints, the next political geographic division down from a state, as well as cities either independent from or coterminus with their counties. Some of these points have their own entries in the Atlas. Here I will catalog which strictly county highpoints (ones that are not state highpoints also) have entries or have an entry very near them. Learn more about the over 3,100 county highpoints and county highpointing at cohp.org.
Including Mount Monadnock, Bennett Park, and Minerva in the Green-Wood Cemetery
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