Big Savage Mountain

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For the aircrew memorials near the Savage & Casselman Rivers, see 1964 Savage Mountain B-52 crash. For the longest tunnel on the route of the Great Allegheny Passage at 3,291 feet (1,003 m) and near these mountains, see Big Savage Tunnel. For the 80-vehicle car pileup on I-68 in 2003 (not at any of these mountains), see Savage Mountain.
Big Savage Mountain
Highest point
Elevation MD: 2,982 feet (909 m)
PA: 2,566 feet (782 m)
Coordinates MD: 39°32′39″N 79°05′46″W / 39.54417°N 79.09611°W / 39.54417; -79.09611
PA: 39°47′40″N 78°49′47″W / 39.79444°N 78.82972°W / 39.79444; -78.82972
Geography
Location Allegany / Garrett counties, Maryland
Somerset County, Pennsylvania
Parent range Savage Mountain ridge

The two Big Savage Mountain (Maryland and Pennsylvania) summits are part of Savage Mountain. The peak of Big Savage Mountain in Maryland is High Rock, at 2986 feet.[1]

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