Mount Mitchell


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Mitchell, Mount

 

a peak in the Black Mountains, a spur of the Blue Ridge. It is the highest peak in the Appalachian system. Elevation, 2,037 m. Mount Mitchell is composed of quartzites. Coniferous forests cover the slopes, and there are meadows on the peak.

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Now 43, he has a bit of a bucket list of athletics events he wants to complete; he already has knocked off a couple of mini triathlons and half marathons as well as the Assault on Mount Mitchell, a 102.7-mile with a 10,000-foot vertical climb up a North Carolina mountain that he rode with Jamie McMurray and Matt Kenseth.
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Mount Mitchell is the highest point east of the Mississippi River in this region, so the terrain creates many challenges.
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Mount Mitchell, the highest point in the Eastern U.S., is located in which state?
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A plant pathologist at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, he described preliminary findings from ongoing field studies atop Mount Mitchell in that state during congressional testimony this week and in a report published last week by the Washington, D.C.-based World Resources Institute.
Mount Mitchell, the highest point on the East Coast, is located in which state?