Mountains in West Virginia

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Featured Mountains in West Virginia County

Mountain Approx. Elevation
Spruce Knob (State High Point) 4,861 ft (1,482 m)
Mount Porte Crayon 4,770 ft (1,454 m)
Beech Flat Knob 4,682 ft (1,427 m)
Little Middle Mountain 4,675 ft (1,425 m)
Snyder Knob 4,685 ft (1,428 m)
North Fork Mountain Trail 2,178 ft (664 m)
Back Allegheny Mountain 4,731 ft (1,442 m)
Bald Knob 4,842 ft (1,476 m)
Mace Knob 4,687 ft (1,429 m)
Red Spruce Knob 4,703 ft (1,433 m)

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West Virginia has many mountains, peaks, and hills within its borders. Above you will find an interactive map with pins for all of these summits. Just zoom in to see their specific location in West Virginia. You’ll also find a list of West Virginia counties, from Barbour County to Wyoming County. Each one links to a page with a map specific for that West Virginia region. In the Featured Mountains list you will find the highest point in the state and other significant summits and ranges of West Virginia.