List of mountains of the Alleghenies

The following is a List of Mountains constituting the Allegheny Mountains, a mountain range stretching for about 500 miles (800 km) from north central Pennsylvania, through West Virginia and Maryland, to western Virginia in the USA. The Alleghenies are part of the larger Appalachian Mountain Range.

Mountains are listed roughly from northeast to southwest:

*Wopsononock Mountain, Pennsylvania
*Tussey Mountain, Pennsylvania
*Blue Knob, Pennsylvania
*Pine Knob, Pennsylvania
*Cattle Knob, Pennsylvania
*Round Knob, Pennsylvania
*Ritchey Knob, Pennsylvania
*Schaefer Head, Pennsylvania
*Herman Point, Pennsylvania
*Laurel Highlands, Pennsylvania
**Laurel Hill
**Chestnut Ridge
*Wills Mountain, Pennsylvania, Maryland
*Laurel Mountain, Pennsylvania, Maryland
*Sleepy Creek Mountain, West Virginia
*Sideling Hill, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland
*Negro Mountain, Pennsylvania, Maryland
**Mount Davis, Pennsylvania
*Allegheny Mountain, Pennsylvania, Maryland
*Savage Mountain, Pennsylvania, Maryland
*Little Allegheny Mountain, Pennsylvania, Maryland
*Dan's Mountain, Maryland
*Big Savage Mountain, Maryland
*North Mountain, Virginia, West Virginia
*Great North Mountain, Virginia, West Virginia
*Tonoloway Ridge, Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia
*Cacapon Mountain, West Virginia
*Third Hill Mountain, West Virginia
*Sleepy Creek Mountain, West Virginia
*Patterson Creek Mountain, West Virginia
*South Branch Mountain, West Virginia
*Knobly Mountain, West Virginia
*Briery Mountains, West Virginia
*Laurel Mountain, West Virginia
*Rich Mountain, West Virginia
*Mount Porte Crayon, West Virginia
*Backbone Mountain, West Virginia, Maryland
*Canaan Mountain, West Virginia
*Cabin Mountain, West Virginia
*Brown Mountain, West Virginia
*North Fork Mountain, West Virginia
*River Knobs, West Virginia
*Shenandoah Mountain, West Virginia, Virginia
*Elleber Ridge, West Virginia
*Spruce Mountain, West Virginia
**Spruce Knob, West Virginia
*Little Middle Mountain, West Virginia
*Allegheny Mountain, West Virginia, Virginia
*Middle Mountain, West Virginia
*Little Beech Mountain, West Virginia
*Beech Mountain, West Virginia
*Little Mountain, West Virginia
*Shaver's Fork Mountain Complex, West Virginia
**Cheat Mountain (a.k.a. "Snowshoe Mountain")
***White Top
**Back Allegheny Mountain
***Bald Knob
**Shavers Mountain
***Gaudineer Knob
**Bickle Knob
**McGowan Mountain
**Elk Mountain
**Middle Mountain
**Green Mountain
*Black Mountain, West Virginia
*Gauley Mountain, West Virginia
*Yew Mountains, West Virginia
*Back Creek Mountain, Virginia
*Peters Mountain, West Virginia, Virginia


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