Apple Orchard Mountain is a peak of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia.
Located in Jefferson National Forest, Apple Orchard Mountain is the county highpoint for both Bedford County and Botetourt County, Virginia as well as the highest point on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia. It is also the most topographically prominent mountain in the state. The summit is open, and an FAA radar stands nearby. This radar stand makes the mountain recognizable from miles away.
There's a trail called Appalachian Trail leading to the summit. Apple Orchard Mountain is one of the 311 peaks along the multi-day Appalachian Trail.
By elevation Apple Orchard Mountain is
# 75 out of 2569 in Virginia # 1 out of 77 in Bedford County # 1 out of 91 in Botetourt County # 39 out of 320 in Jefferson National Forest
By prominence Apple Orchard Mountain is
# 1 out of 2569 in Virginia # 1 out of 77 in Bedford County # 1 out of 91 in Botetourt County # 1 out of 320 in Jefferson National Forest # 20 out of 39823 in the Appalachian Mountains # 7 out of 6326 in the Blue Ridge Mountains
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