Louisiana: Driskill Mountain (535ft)
Significant parts of Louisiana are, famously, below Sea Level (see: New Orleans). But Driskill Mountain, at 535’ elevation, beats out both Florida and Delaware as a state high point. Located just a few miles off I-20, southeast of Bryceland in north central Louisiana, this high point can be obtained with only a 20-30 minute hike. Although the summit is wooded, a cairn marks the high point and a summit log allows you to record your achievement.
There are no specific hazards associated with Driskill, although parts of the hike are over private property, so as always, use proper hiking etiquette and be respectful of property owners wishes.
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