Wills Mountain

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Wills Mountain is a ridge of the Appalachian Mountains, in Pennsylvania and Maryland, USA.



In Pennsylvania, Wills Mountain is located in Bedford County, and reaches an elevation of above sea level. Although there are mountains in the Commonwealth which are higher, Wills Mountain is the highest in Pennsylvania's Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians province. Wills Mountain may have the highest prominence in Pennsylvania. As the mountain ridge runs north it abruptly ends at Kinton Knob, at above sea level, just outside the town of Bedford. The valley to the south of Kinton Knob is known as Milligans Cove. Geologically, this valley is an excellent example of a breached anticline.

Portions of Wills, including the summit, are located in Pennsylvania State Game Lands No.48. Access to the mountain is limited. Jeep trails and a gravel road are all that is on the ridge. The summit, like Martin Hill, has no towers or transmitters. However; access to the summit is difficult and requires a hike of over to get there.


Wills Mountain is located in Allegany County, Maryland. It starts 1/2 mile west of the mouth of Warrior Run and runs northeasterly into Pennsylvania; Its highest elevation in Maryland is .

The south end of Wills Mountain is located at Cumberland Narrows, and the rocky outcropping at the top is known as Lover's Leap. This valley was carved into Wills Mountain by Wills Creek over millions of years. Haystack Mountain is on the south side...
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