Panorama Point, Nebraska

On 23 September 2016, I drove to Panorama Point, the highpoint of Nebraska. It is 5,424 feet / 1,653 metres above sea-level. Although it’s simply a point on plains that were formerly all covered by prairie grass, Nebraska’s highpoint is – almost amazingly – the 20th highest of the fifty US state highpoints (higher, for instance, than peaks as prominent and as difficult as New York’s Mt Marcy and Maine’s Mt Katahdin).

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