The Blue Ridge is actually just one small subset of the larger Appalachian range, and considerable overlap occurs between the areas when being described by locals. There is no one correct definition of the land, as some include the Adirondack Mountains and others believe this to be part of a more northern range originating in Canada. The average height is around three thousand feet but there are some higher peaks around Virginia. Appalachian mountain land is available throughout the Eastern part of the United States and Canada, including the following states: Alabama, Connecticut, Kentucky, Ohio, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Georgia. If you’re looking for considerable altitude you could do a lot worse than a plot of land in the Appalachians.
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