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Davidson County, North Carolina, United States (35.79024 -80.21151)
Davidson County is located entirely within the Piedmont region of central North Carolina. The Piedmont consists of gently rolling terrain frequently broken by hills or shallow valleys formed by rivers and streams. An exception to this terrain are the Uwharrie Mountains in the county's western and southwestern sections. The Uwharries are the oldest mountain range in North America, and at one time they rose to nearly 20,000 feet (6,100 m) above sea level. However, time has worn them down to little more than high hills; yet due to the relative flatness of the surrounding countryside they still rise from 250 to 500 feet (150 m) above their base. The highest point in the Uwharries - and the highest point in Davidson County - is High Rock Mountain in the county's southwestern corner. It has an elevation of 1,119 feet (341 m) above sea level.
Sugar Creek, Ramblewood, Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, 28266, United States (35.11953 -80.90138)
Coordinates: 35.11616 -80.90468 35.12262 -80.90046 - Minimum elevation: 139 m - Maximum elevation: 223 m - Average elevation: 189 m
Ashley Heights, Albemarle, Stanly County, North Carolina, 28001, United States (35.38598 -80.20645)
Coordinates: 35.36598 -80.22645 35.40598 -80.18645 - Minimum elevation: 131 m - Maximum elevation: 232 m - Average elevation: 173 m
Manning Park, Trent Woods, Craven County, North Carolina, 28562, United States (35.07960 -77.12134)
Coordinates: 35.05960 -77.14134 35.09960 -77.10134 - Minimum elevation: -2 m - Maximum elevation: 31 m - Average elevation: 9 m