Paris Mountain

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Paris Mountain
Paris Mountain is located in Virginia
Paris Mountain
Paris Mountain
Location of Paris Mountain in Virginia
Highest point
Elevation1,926 ft (587 m) [1]
Coordinates39°02′N 77°56′W / 39.03°N 77.93°W / 39.03; -77.93Coordinates: 39°02′N 77°56′W / 39.03°N 77.93°W / 39.03; -77.93
Geography
LocationLoudoun & Clark counties, Virginia, U.S.
Parent rangeBlue Ridge Mountains
Appalachian Mountains

Paris Mountain is a peak of Blue Ridge Mountain on the border of Loudoun County and Clarke County in Virginia. The 1,926 feet (587 m) peak, which is located just north of Ashby's Gap and the town of Paris, for which it is named, represents the highest elevation in both counties;[2] the peak is accessible by Blue Ridge Mountain Road from the gap. The Appalachian Trail is crosses the western slope of the peak.

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