One Of Louisiana's Most Stunning Natural Wonders, Driskill Mountain Stands 535 Feet Above Sea Level
By Jackie Ann|Published April 18, 2020
Louisiana native and LSU Alum (Geaux Tigers!), Jackie has lived in Louisiana for over three decades and currently lives in New Orleans. She's been writing for OnlyInYourState since 2016 and can often be found with a coffee at her side, dreaming of her next adventure.
With an elevation of 535 feet, Mount Driskill is the highest natural summit in Louisiana. Okay sure, by any other state’s standards our mountain would be called a hill, but you know what, it’s our mountain and we take what we can get. If you’re up for an adventure, there’s a lovely little hiking trail that will lead you straight to the summit, and you’ll have some rare treetop views from the top of the trail.
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