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Garrett County, Maryland, United States of America (39.54409 -79.24970)
Garrett County is located entirely within the highland zone of the Appalachian Mountains known variously as the Allegheny Mountains, the Allegheny Plateau, and the Appalachian Plateau. The county's highest elevations are located along four flat-topped ridges and range to a height of 3,360 feet (1,020 m) at Hoye-Crest along Backbone Mountain, the highest point in the state of Maryland. As is typical in the Allegheny region, broad flats generally lie below the ridge crests at elevations of approximately 500 feet (150 m). River valleys are generally narrow and deep, with ravines typically 1,000 to 1,800 feet (550 m) below surrounding peaks.
Lynchs Corner, Pleasant Hills, Harford County, Maryland, 21018, United States of America (39.49197 -76.39376)
Coordinates: 39.47197 -76.41376 39.51197 -76.37376 - Minimum elevation: 50 m - Maximum elevation: 177 m - Average elevation: 109 m
South River, Rolling Road, Annapolis Landing, Withernsea, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, 21037, United States of America (38.93672 -76.52536)
Coordinates: 38.88732 -76.61386 38.98612 -76.46024 - Minimum elevation: -2 m - Maximum elevation: 83 m - Average elevation: 17 m
Box Hill South, Bel Air South, Harford County, Maryland, 21009, United States of America (39.46816 -76.29690)
Coordinates: 39.44816 -76.31690 39.48816 -76.27690 - Minimum elevation: -1 m - Maximum elevation: 117 m - Average elevation: 41 m