Mt. Davis: Highest Point in Pennsylvania

Mt Davis, Elk Lick Township, PA 15558

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The highest point is Pennsylvania is marked on a rock on Negro Mountain in Elk Lick Township, Somerset County. This point, situated at elevation 3,213 feet, is the “high point” of the surrounding Mt. Davis Natural Area. This area features hiking trails, a picnic area and an observation tower, from which you can see all the way to Salisbury, MD on a clear day.

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