By using this site, you agree to its use of cookies as provided in our policy.


  • McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  My GPSr at about the coordinates given by PeakBagger.com, where the elevation is 1462 feet.McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  My GPSr at about the coordinates given by PeakBagger.com, where the elevation is 1462 feet.4/25/2014
  • McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  Looking a bit southeast from the high point.  I have deliberately avoided taking a photo of the home just to the right for privacy concerns, although one can see it from the Google street view.McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  Looking a bit southeast from the high point.  I have deliberately avoided taking a photo of the home just to the right for privacy concerns, although one can see it from the Google street view.4/25/2014
  • McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods. Looking southwest from the high point.  As often happens, a photograph can be a bit misleading.  It may look like we are looking up, but the camera was pointed slightly down.  The summit does run a short distance in the direction we are looking here, and the satellite view zooms into a point just ahead of where we are looking.  But the coordinates from PeakBagger.com put us where we are standing, and there is no appreciable elevation change for a little ways forward of this photo.  By the time you get out into that field, however (say near the tall pole), you have gone down a bit - perhaps a couple of feet.McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods. Looking southwest from the high point.  As often happens, a photograph can be a bit misleading.  It may look like we are looking up, but the camera was pointed slightly down.  The summit does run a short distance in the direction we are looking here, and the satellite view zooms into a point just ahead of where we are looking.  But the coordinates from PeakBagger.com put us where we are standing, and there is no appreciable elevation change for a little ways forward of this photo.  By the time you get out into that field, however (say near the tall pole), you have gone down a bit - perhaps a couple of feet.4/25/2014
  • McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  Looking north from the high point.  The camera does not do justice to this view.  You can see for many miles below the ridge that we are on.McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  Looking north from the high point.  The camera does not do justice to this view.  You can see for many miles below the ridge that we are on.4/25/2014
  • McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  View looking west along MO-90 from the highest point.  As often happens, a photograph can be a little misleading.  It may look like the area ahead is a little higher, but it is not.  You walk down a little toward that big eastern red cedar; but not much.  The summit continues a bit southwest, which is left of the tree.McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  View looking west along MO-90 from the highest point.  As often happens, a photograph can be a little misleading.  It may look like the area ahead is a little higher, but it is not.  You walk down a little toward that big eastern red cedar; but not much.  The summit continues a bit southwest, which is left of the tree.4/25/2014
  • McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  View looking east along MO-90 from the highest point.McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  View looking east along MO-90 from the highest point.4/25/2014
  • McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  Although the satellite view zeroes in west of the driveway and further south of the road, the GPSr puts the highest point just about in the middle of this driveway just this side of the gate, using the coordinates from PeakBagger.com.  Looking from that point, it does appear that everything else is below you.  But the summit is rather "round" so it does not matter much.McDonald County Highest Point, by MountainWoods.  Although the satellite view zeroes in west of the driveway and further south of the road, the GPSr puts the highest point just about in the middle of this driveway just this side of the gate, using the coordinates from PeakBagger.com.  Looking from that point, it does appear that everything else is below you.  But the summit is rather "round" so it does not matter much.4/25/2014
Total Records: 7 Page: 1 of 1 prev<<<[1]>>>next