Wolfpen Ridge

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Wolfpen Ridge
Wolfpen Ridge viewed from Brasstown Bald.JPG
Wolfpen Ridge viewed from Brasstown Bald
Highest point
Elevation 4,561 ft (1,390 m)
Coordinates 34°51′49″N 83°48′31″W / 34.86361°N 83.80861°W / 34.86361; -83.80861Coordinates: 34°51′49″N 83°48′31″W / 34.86361°N 83.80861°W / 34.86361; -83.80861
Geography
Location Towns / Union counties, Georgia, U.S.
Parent range Blue Ridge Mountains
Topo map USGS Jacks Gap
Climbing
First ascent unknown
Easiest route Hike

Wolfpen Ridge is a ridge in the Blue Ridge Mountains in U.S. state of Georgia that runs south to north along the boundary between Towns and Union counties. Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia, is located at the northern end of the ridge (elevation: 4,786 feet (1,459 m)). At the southern end of the ridge, there is an unnamed peak with an elevation of 4,561 feet, which makes it the fifth-highest point in Georgia.

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