MILWAUKEE, Wis. — There aren’t a lot of places to get up high in Wisconsin.
The glaciers took care of most of our mountains thousands of years ago. The state’s highest point, Timm’s Hill, juts up just 1,951.5 feet in Price County.
But almost 2,000 feet is more than enough to provide a panoramic view of Wisconsin’s best seasonal display: the changing leaves.
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