Iowa’s most amazing and mesmerizing natural wonder has a long reach through the western outreaches of the state. It’s present day name is the Loess Hills and its where ancient formations are on full and beautiful display. It’s where countless generations of Native Americans called home and where Lewis and Clark took the Corps of Discovery during their exploration of the West. It’s the breathtaking gateway into the Missouri River valley and a precursor to what pioneers would endure on their way west. It’s now a collection of farms, communities, state parks. forests, and overlooks with an unforgettable scenic byway. It was my pleasure to finally take the Loess Hills National Scenic Byway through all seven of its wonderful counties and document our miles of memories in far Western Iowa. Enjoy our videos below and start creating your own Loess Hills memories!
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Thank you for the wonderful appraisal of the scenic outlook at Murray Hill. I was born & raised near Pisgah. I no longer live in the area, so I very much appreciate seeing pictures & videos from my former stomping grounds.