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Spruce Knob, West Virginia
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Spruce Knob in the Allegheny mountains is within the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia. We approached Spruce Knob from the south on Route 112, a good mostly gravel 11 mile stretch of roadway that brought us to Spruce Knob Lake, then on to the summit of Spruce Knob a couple miles further, elevation 4863 feet. There is an observation platform at the top and a short trail around the summit where you can lookout over the beautiful mountains and valleys. A spectacular view!
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