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Pennsylvania County High Points

Showing Fred Lobdell's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (67 out of 67, or 100%)

RankCountyPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.SomersetMount Davis3213Northern Allegheny Mountains6531969-04-20 b
2.BedfordBlue Knob3120Central Pennsylvania Allegheny Mountains7801997-06-28
3.FayetteLaurel Hill2994Laurel Highlands8541997-06-28
4.WestmorelandLaurel Hill-Radio Tower2980Laurel Highlands2601997-06-28
5.BlairSchaefer Head2950Central Pennsylvania Allegheny Mountains6021997-06-28
6.CambriaCambria County High Point2862Central Pennsylvania Allegheny Mountains2622008-06-06
7.SusquehannaElk Hill2680Northeastern Pennsylvania12802004-08-06
8.WayneMount Ararat2656Northeastern Pennsylvania8162007-07-20
9.CentreCentre County High Point2630Central Pennsylvania Allegheny Mountains3901997-06-29
10.SullivanNorth Mountain2585Northern Allegheny Plateau13852005-09-07
11.PotterLyon Hill2580Northern Allegheny Plateau9802007-07-24
 Potter or Bailey Hill2580Northern Allegheny Plateau320 
 Potter or White Knoll South2580Northern Allegheny Plateau280 
12.TiogaCedar Mountain2543Northern Allegheny Plateau5632007-07-23
13.LuzerneCherry Ridge2460Northern Allegheny Plateau2202007-07-22
13.McKeanMcKean County High Point2460Northern Allegheny Plateau 2007-07-24
15.FranklinTuscarora Mountain2458Southern Pennsylvania Ridges14381997-06-28
15.FultonTuscarora Mountain2458Southern Pennsylvania Ridges14381997-06-28
17.BradfordArmenia Mountain2440Northern Allegheny Plateau1602005-09-07
18.ColumbiaRed Rock Mountain-West Slope2420Northern Allegheny Plateau02005-09-07
19.ClearfieldChestnut Ridge2405Northern Allegheny Plateau4052008-06-07
20.HuntingdonGreenlee Mountain2400Central Pennsylvania Ridges401997-06-29
21.LycomingLycoming County High Point2380Northern Allegheny Plateau8802005-09-07
21.CameronCameron County High Point2380Northern Allegheny Plateau2772008-06-12
21.WyomingBartlett Mountain2380Northern Allegheny Plateau1602007-07-21
24.ElkWildwood Fire Tower2376Northern Allegheny Plateau1962008-06-11
25.ClintonClinton County High Point2375Northern Allegheny Plateau7752008-06-07
26.MifflinBroad Mountain2340Central Pennsylvania Ridges4202006-04-21
27.LackawannaMoosic Mountains High Point2323Pocono Plateau4832004-08-06
28.CumberlandBlue Mountain-Perry/Cumberland High Point2270Blue Mountain6301997-06-28
28.PerryBlue Mountain-Perry/Cumberland High Point2270Blue Mountain6301997-06-28
30.WarrenWarren County High Point2231Northern Allegheny Plateau7912007-07-24
31.JuniataShade Mountain2228Southern Pennsylvania Ridges12082006-04-21
32.MonroeKistler Ledge2215Pocono Plateau1352005-09-05
33.SnyderShade Mountain-Snyder County High Point2180Central Pennsylvania Ridges14402008-06-27
33.CarbonLake Mountain2180Pocono Plateau4041997-06-29
35.IndianaChestnut Ridge-North Section2160Laurel Highlands6202008-06-28
35.JeffersonJefferson County High Point2160Northern Allegheny Plateau5402008-06-11
35.UnionJones Mountain2160Central Pennsylvania Ridges3002008-06-27
38.PikePike County High Point2115Pocono Plateau2552007-07-20
39.SchuylkillBears Head2094Anthracite Ridges7742005-09-06
40.AdamsEast Big Flat Ridge2060South Mountain-Catoctin2341998-07-10
41.ForestForest County High Point1954Northern Allegheny Plateau1342008-06-08
42.CrawfordCrawford County High Point1913Northern Allegheny Plateau3532007-07-25
43.ClarionMcNaughton Hill1901Northern Allegheny Plateau612008-06-29
44.ErieErie County High Point1900Northern Allegheny Plateau2702007-07-25
45.NorthumberlandBoyers Knob1780Anthracite Ridges5202005-09-08
46.DauphinBig Lick Mountain1771Anthracite Ridges512006-04-20
47.VenangoVenango County High Point1755Northern Allegheny Plateau1952008-06-08
48.ArmstrongArmstrong County High Point1740Northern Allegheny Plateau2402008-06-09
49.NorthamptonBlue Mountain-Northampton County High Point1695Blue Mountain10351999-05-28
50.BerksBlue Mountain-Berks County High Point1680Blue Mountain9801997-06-28
51.LehighBlue Mountain-Lehigh County High Point1674Blue Mountain8732005-09-06
52.GreeneGreene County High Point1660Southern Allegheny Plateau3402005-07-29 a
53.LebanonStony Mountain1651Anthracite Ridges712004-08-06
54.MercerMercer County High Point1621Ohio-Wabash-Erie Area5312008-06-09
55.ButlerKelley Benchmark1600Ohio-Wabash-Erie Area 2008-06-28
56.WashingtonWashington County High Point1572Southern Allegheny Plateau2722005-06-25
57.LawrenceLawrence County High Point1440Ohio-Wabash-Erie Area3202008-06-09
58.YorkStone Head North1412South Mountain-Catoctin2421998-07-10
59.AlleghenyAllegheny County High Point1400Northern Allegheny Plateau1772005-07-30
 Allegheny or Allegheny County High Point #21401Southern Allegheny Plateau  
60.BeaverBig Knob1383Ohio-Wabash-Erie Area2832005-07-30
 Beaver or Beaver County High Point #21380Southern Allegheny Plateau200 
61.MontourMontour Ridge-Northeast Slope1380Northern Allegheny Plateau02005-09-08
62.LancasterLancaster County High Point1180Southeast Pennsylvania Hills201997-06-28
63.ChesterWelsh Mountain1080Southeast Pennsylvania Hills 1997-06-28
64.BucksFlint Hill-Northeast Slope970Southeast Pennsylvania Hills02008-08-02
65.MontgomeryMill Hill700Southeast Pennsylvania Hills401998-07-09
66.DelawareDelaware County High Point500Southeast Pennsylvania Hills401997-06-28
67.PhiladelphiaChestnut Hill441Southeast Pennsylvania Hills1611997-06-28

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List Description

Acknowledgments

Sources that were used to help me compile this list include:

  • About 30 of these points I determined by personal research done prior to 1990.
  • Book County High Points by Andy Martin; list compiled 1993 by Andy Martin, reviewed by Michael Schwartz.

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