Headline: hitting the HIGH points
Odyssey to the 50 states' summits takes the low with the lofty
Writer: Don Holmes Contributor
Published: October 8, 2000
Page Number: 1G
Summary: Towering Mount McKinley in Alaska and a trailer park off Ebright Road in Delaware share a claim to fame.
They're the highest points in their respective states.
They share that status with Mount Rainier, Wash.; Mount Hood, Ore.; and Guadalupe Peak, Texas, to name a few. Some of the high spots are reserved for experienced mountain climbers. Others can be reached by driving within a few yards of state summits. More than half require no more than a short walk.
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