Sideling Hill

Sideling Hill (also Side Long Hill) is a long, steep, narrow mountain ridge in the Ridge-and-Valley (or Allegheny Mountains) physiographic province of the Appalachian Mountains, located in Washington County in western Maryland and adjacent West Virginia and Pennsylvania, USA. Following the sequence of points found in the USGS search query, the highest point on the ridge is Fisher Point, at 2,310 feet (700 m), in Fulton County, Pennsylvania.

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