You Can Drive To The Highest Point In Delaware And It’s… Exactly As You’d Expect It

Everyone knows Delaware is a small state, but did you also realize that Delaware is a flat state? Despite plenty of shoddy online publishers trying to insist that the Delaware Water Gap can be found in, well, Delaware, if you’ve driven through the state even once, chances are you know there’s no Mount Tammany or Mount Minis or Mount… anything… to be found here. Delaware does have a designated high point, though, at the Ebright Azimuth. What will you uncover when travel all this way to stand tall at the highest point in Delaware? As the five-star review from Google Local Guide Nate Wooding eloquently states, “I mean, if you’re coming here you probably already know what you’re getting into.”

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If you’re absolutely dying to see the Ebright Azimuth and stand high above the rest of Delaware, you can find directions via Google Maps right here.

Address: Ebright Azimuth, Azimuth, DE 19810, USA