The One Place In Wisconsin That Takes You Above The World

The tallest natural point in Wisconsin is actually just a hill. Located in north central Wisconsin about 20 miles west of Tomahawk there’s an area called Timms Hill. There don’t seem to be any clues as to why the point got that name.

Visitors report the hardest part of hiking up Timms Hill is finding the parking lot, so make sure you do plenty of research as the access points differ depending on what time of you year you visit.

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The address for Timms Hill is listed as W3206 County Road RR, Ogema, WI 54459.

Have you climbed to our state’s highest point? Looking for more gorgeous views and interesting hikes? Check out These 13 Epic Hiking Spots In Wisconsin Are Totally Out Of This World