Delaware: Ebright Azimuth (442ft)
You can almost hear Delaware breathing a sigh of relief: “Thank God for Florida…at least we didn’t come in last!” Soaring over 100’ higher than Britton Hill in Florida, Ebright Azimuth wins the prize for weirdest name and most obscure location, adjacent to a trailer park. Still, there are several USGS Benchmark disks in the vicinity to locate, and a monument marking the state highpoint.
Getting there is easy:
1) Take Exit 8 from I-95N for Highway 202 (Northbound).
2) After 4.9 miles, turn right onto SR-92 East / Naamans Road.
3) After 1.1 miles, turn left onto Ebright Road.
4) After 0.6 miles, reach the street intersection with Ramblewood Drive. Find a legal place to park alongside one of those roads. Walk to the highpoint monument sign and USGS Benchmark disk located near the intersection of Ebright Road and Ramblewood Drive.
Please be respectful of private property rights in the surrounding neighborhood. Extra points awarded if you pose for a summit photo with an ice axe in hand!
(Note- photo used is out of date. Historical sign/marker has moved across the street and the highpoint now has landscaping around it to highlight it)
This is where the admin will fill in strategic details about the high-point. Roughly when it will occur (until a solid date is picked).
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All trip updates and progress will be posted in the blog below