Ascent of Williamsburg Hill on 2011-07-31
|Date:||Sunday, July 31, 2011|
|Ascent Type:||Successful Summit Attained|
| Elevation:||820 ft / 249 m|
Ascent Trip ReportThe Shelby County highpoint, Williamsburg Hill, was an easy peak to bag without the usual bushwhacking needed for many eastern county highpoints. I parked my car on the northwest side of the hill and made the short hike to the highest point on the east side of the communication tower's fence. I did have to jump one barbed wire fence, but there were no posted signs. I arrived, hiked and left the site in less than 20 minutes. My only problem was the dozens of spider webs I broke through that were stretched between the trees I happened to walk past. No view from the summit due to trees when I visited on the last day in July.
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