Kinton Knob

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Kinton Knob
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Kinton Knob
Highest point
Elevation 2,540 ft (770 m)
Coordinates 40°00′47″N 78°33′15″W / 40.01300°N 78.55426°W / 40.01300; -78.55426Coordinates: 40°00′47″N 78°33′15″W / 40.01300°N 78.55426°W / 40.01300; -78.55426
Geography
Location Bedford County, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Parent range Appalachian Mountains
Topo map USGS Bedford (PA) Quadrangle

Kinton Knob is a peak in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Kinton Knob marks the north end of Wills Mountain where it abruptly ends just southwest of the town of Bedford. The mountain has an array of communication towers on its summit. Limited views are available from the top, especially in the winter season, of Blue Knob to the north and the Allegheny Front to the west.

View from the summit of Kinton Knob, toward water gaps through Evitts Mountain and Tussey Mountain, with the town of Bedford in the foreground.

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