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Panorama Point, Kimball

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Panorama Point is the highest natural point in Nebraska, at an elevation of 5,429 feet (1,655 m) above sea level.

It is located in southwestern Kimball County, near the point where Nebraska and Wyoming meet on Colorado's northern boundary. Despite its name and elevation, Panorama Point is not a mountain or a hill; it is merely a low rise on the High Plains. A stone marker, giving the elevation at 5,424 feet (1,653 m), and a guest register are located at the summit of the drive. From the point one can see the nearby state corner marker, and a vast plains landscape with the Rocky Mountains in the western distance. Panorama Point is located on the High Point Bison Ranch, which permits visitors to drive to the site as long as they take care to avoid the ranging bison and pay an entrance fee.
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  • Enjoiy taking a bit of a round about method of driving southe of Kimball, NE and Pine Bluffs, WY so I have been there a couple of times. It is interesting to see the people who have signed in and... 
    Enjoiy taking a bit of a round about method of driving southe of Kimball, NE and Pine Bluffs, WY so I have been there a couple of times. It is interesting to see the people who have signed in and...  more »
  • I did have the luck to see, and to my surprise to hear, a herd of bison. They bellow and thunderously charge around as you might expect. The views were impressive even on a wintry day. I admit I... 
    I did have the luck to see, and to my surprise to hear, a herd of bison. They bellow and thunderously charge around as you might expect. The views were impressive even on a wintry day. I admit I...  more »
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  • It's a drive out there but just to say you did
  • never pass a highest point, ;), on the way back from Black Hills SD climbing trip, made a detour

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