October 28, 2016

So far on this trip, I've been to:

  • The highest point in the lowest state (in Delaware)
  • The lowest point in the highest state (in Colorado)
  • The highest city in the U.S. (also in Colorado)
  • The lowest city in the U.S. (in California). 

So I couldn't pass up visiting the highest point in the eastern United States.  This is Mt. Mitchell in far western North Carolina.  Sitting atop the Appalachian Mountains at a lofty elevation of 6,683', Mt. Mitchell is over a thousand feet higher than Denver, Colorado.  This was my first visit to Mt. Mitchell and the view was spectacular.

To see my 360-degree panorama photo, click on the photo above.



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