The view is high on soy and corn and low on drama.
A fitting place to ponder the true meaning of the term Hoosier.
Find this high point in the largest national forest outside of Alaska.
This old logging camp and woolly mammoth marching ground provides incredible views.
The view is nothing to write home about, but this newly crowned high point deserves a visit.
Traveling to this point will leave you at a loss for words.
Access is limited, but well worth the view.
Time it just right to get to the top of this one.
If you loathe traffic, the commute to White Butte is pure ecstasy.
Lay low like Jesse James at this high point.
There's not a bad napping spot anywhere.
Something's happening in this spot where nothing happened.
Watch out for rough weather and serpentine-like roads as you drive up to this highpoint.
You'll find numerous surprises as you explore the lakes, rivers and forests of this highpoint.
Allow the plants to color the landscape as you make your way along the trail.
A long hike to the highpoint where weather and black flies could pose a challenge.
True highpointers will find this peak.