Ascent of Sumner County High Point on 2012-07-16
|Date:||Monday, July 16, 2012|
|Ascent Type:||Successful Summit Attained|
|Peak:||Sumner County High Point|
| Elevation:||1085 ft / 330 m|
Ascent Trip ReportSumner county’s lone 1080+ foot contour is located on Wolf Hill on private land behind a barbed wire fence.
I approached Wolf Hill from I-40, getting off at Lebanon and taking US-231/TN-10 north about 17 miles. Turn right on TN-260, then left on to Hancock Rd which turns in to Wolf Hill Ridge Rd. The high point is about 1.5 miles from the intersection with TN-260.
Upon arriving at the high point, I found a gated and locked pasture with a few cows visible down the hill. The highpoint contour itself is about a tenth of a mile and 100 vertical feet away from a small barn by the roadside.
With no house in the immediate vicinity and Ken Oeser’s report saying he climbed over the fence anyway, I opted to stealth the high point and walked down the fence line until I found a spot I could crawl under; I didn’t have to walk far. Once inside the fence I found an old road cut that lead directly to the top.
No views from the top…but do cow patties count as natural terrain or augmented?
Wolf Hill 1085 ft 36.46470 -86.24801
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| Route Conditions:||Maintained Trail|
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