This Little-Known Scenic Overlook In Minnesota Will Take You High Above The Trees

Minnesota may not be known for mountains, but that doesn’t mean it’s completely flat. In fact, the Land of 10,000 Lakes has a few scenic overlooks that will bring you up close to some of the state’s most stunning natural wonders. One little-known scenic overlook is at a state park in west-central Minnesota. Climb up Mount Tom at Sibley State Park for an incredible, 360-view above the trees. Take a look:

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For more information about Mount Tom and Sibley State Park, check out the Minnesota DNR website. And if you’d like to go even higher, check out the beautiful hike up Minnesota’s highest point.