Here is the schedule for Highpointers who also like to do county highpointing:
Friday, July 27
> 9:30 AM Meet at the George W. Mead Wildlife Area, S2148 Co. Hwy. S,
> Milladore, WI 54454
> Tour their new award-winning Stanton W. Mead Education and Visitor
> Center which features a sustainable design with renewable energy
> 10:30 AM Drive to Powers Bluff and hike to the highest point in Wood
> County (30-24N- 4E). Powers Bluff is the 13th highest point of
> elevation in the State of Wisconsin at 1,472 feet. Seventy acres of
> Powers Bluff is a Scientific Preservation Area. There is a 1.5 mile
> nature trail. Indian dance rings and burial grounds are preserved.
> There are eighty acres to the South that are marked as State
> Historical Site. Powers Bluff is known for it's diverse wildflowers
> and plant species.
> 11:30 AM Drive to Saddle Mound the highest point in Jackson County
> (28/33-22N -1W). Hike to the highpoint at 1400'. Saddle Mound is in
> the heart of whitetail deer country and is also surrounded by forests
> and cranberry marshes. Ocean Spray has a processing plant in the area.
> 1:00 Leave for Stony Creek Inn.
> 2:30 Arrive at Stony Creek Inn.
> Hikers should bring plenty of water and a lunch.
> Saturday, July 28 Climb Timms Hill and Pearson Hill.
> 12:30 Leave Timms Hill and drive to the highpoint of Clark County
> (24-24N -1E) just south of Dorchester West of Hwy. 13 at 1480'.
> Highpoint is located in a field. Hike is 8/10 of a mile roundtrip.
> 1:30 Drive to Poniatowski, Wisconsin and stop at the place where the
> 45th degree of latitude and 90th degree of longitude meet.
> 2:00 Drive to Rib Mountain Golf Course, 3607 N Mountain Rd, Wausau, WI
> 54401 and hike up the ski hill to the highpoint of Marathon County
> (8-28N -7E) at 1924'. This is a good hike with about 700' elevation
> gain. http://www.skigranitepeak.com/
> 3:30 Leave for Stony Creek Inn.
> 4:00 Arrive at Stony Creek Inn.