The purpose of the Highpointers Club is to promote climbing to the highest point in each of the fifty (50) states; provide a forum for education about the highpoints; aid in the preservation and conservation of the highpoints and their environs; provide a vehicle through which persons with this common goal can meet and correspond with one another; maintain positive relationships with owners of highpoints on private property; assist in the care and maintenance of highpoints; and support public and private efforts to maintain the integrity of and access to state highpoints.
Currently the only print guide to the Canadian Highpoints. This was published in 1999 by Rocky Mountain Books. Most of the info is still accurate (the Highpoints haven't moved) and it is the most valuable resource available (besides common sense and experience), but as always check with other sources to confirm access issues, alternate routes, cost and current conditions.
Most of the text on this website are authored by Jack Bennett and originally appeared in the Highpointers Club newsletters from Fall 2009 to Spring 2010.
Also Check out Jack's other book "Dream Hikes Coast to Coast" published by Menasha Ridge in 2010. http://www.menasharidge.com/authors.php?authorid=202
Wildlife Wonders - Home of North Georgia Zoo and Paradise Valley Farms
Home of the only known Gibbon with 3 U.S. Highpoints.
While not directly Highpoint related this zoo facility owned by highpointers Tom and Hope Bennett is within 30 minutes of Brasstown Bald, the highpoint of GA, and a great place to visit while in the area.
To have animals brought to your event check out http://www.azootoyou.com/
If you are in the market for rare breed livestock (including possibly llamas to carry your gear to the highpoint for you), check out http://www.minilivestock.com/
Established in 1964 this is the oldest rafting company East of the Mississippi and a great resource for gear, info and outdoor activities in the PA, MD and WV area. They provide rental equipment, instruction and guide services for whitewater rafting, relaxing float trips, climbing, kayaking, mountain biking, and Fly Fishing. They have 2 outfitter stores: One in Ohiopyle, PA near the put-in for the Lower Yough and another in Friendsville, MD at the take-out for the Upper Yough.
Extensive site with tons of info on the Canadian Highpoints. This site follows the Highpoint pursuit of this Canadian team, lead by James Coleridge, and provides educational resources to for students to learn more about Canadian geography, the environment, fitness, etc...
Possibly the most extensive list of peaks by category on the internet and an invaluable resource for any highpointer.
The Canadian highpoints info is found at http://www.peakbagger.com/list.aspx?lid=12002
This site is maintained by Greg Slayden, who had 7 Canadian Highpoints as of August 2005 and has also completed the 50 US Highpoints.