13-May-2017 -- My final visit of the day was to this interesting-looking point, just east of Kansas City, close to the Kansas River. My first challenge was finding a good place to park along the narrow rural road - with no shoulders - that ran just north of the point. I finally found a turnout at 39.00170°N 94.99654°W. From there, I hiked south through a bare field, then climbed up a bank onto the railroad tracks. I had to stop for a few minutes while a freight train passed by. This is apparently a busy route, as two more trains passed by later, as I was exploring the point.
After the train passed, I walked westward along the tracks for a short distance, then headed down the bank (southwards, off the tracks) to cross a small wheat field. Then, just before the point, I entered thickly-vegetated woodland (with stinging nettles).
The point lies in this thickly-vegetated woodland - just 300 feet north of the Kansas River. The ‘North, East, South, West’ photos look pretty much the same. After visiting the point, I slogged south through the vegetation some more to reach the bank of the Kansas River - just 300 feet away. (So, it would be possible to make a successful visit to this point by boat!)