Sec 2 T94N R3W, Clayton County, Iowa, five miles south of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.
A visit to Pikes Peak is a nice complement to a visit to Wyalusing, because the view from Pikes Peak shows the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers from a different perspective.
|View north along the Mississippi. Note the bluffs, the very wide flood plain and the braided channel geometry.|
|View north-northeast across the Mississippi, with Prairie du Chien on the far shore.|
|The confluence. The Wisconsin River is visible at upper right. Wyalusing State Park in Wisconsin is atop the bluffs on the extreme right edge.|
|Looking southeast across the Mississippi|
The Iowa Geological Survey has a much more detailed guide at http://www.igsb.uiowa.edu/gsi/gb70/page_1.htm
Created 22 September 2000, Last Update 26 March 2013
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