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<p>Campbell Hill, near Bellefontaine in Logan County, has the distinction of being the highest point in Ohio at an elevation of 1,549 feet above sea level. This hill is one of several in the area that are nearly as high and sits atop a geologic structure known as the Bellefontaine Outlier. </p>
Campbell Hill, near Bellefontaine in Logan County, has the distinction of being the highest point in Ohio at an elevation of 1,549 feet above sea level. This hill is one of several in the area that are nearly as high and sits atop a geologic structure known as the Bellefontaine Outlier.
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*[[Ohio]]
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*[[Bellefontaine, Ohio]]
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*[[Bellefontaine Outlier]]
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*[[Logan County]]
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[[Category:Natural History Geography]]
 
[[Category:Natural History Geography]]

Latest revision as of 14:48, 23 May 2013

Campbell Hill on a windy day.jpg
Campbell Hill on a windy day. Courtesy of SummitPost.org.

Campbell Hill, near Bellefontaine in Logan County, has the distinction of being the highest point in Ohio at an elevation of 1,549 feet above sea level. This hill is one of several in the area that are nearly as high and sits atop a geologic structure known as the Bellefontaine Outlier.

See Also