Ebright Azimuth

The Ebright Azimuth is the highest point in Delaware. It is marked with a geodetic benchmark monument. It is about as far from a true peak as you can get. The only state high-point with a lower elevation is Britton Hill in the state of Florida at 345 feet. The Ebright Azimuth is located about 6.5 miles north of downtown Wilmington, Delaware.

Ebright Azimuth SUMMIT LOG peakery first ascent by xpda

55 members report climbing or hiking to the summit, most recently on Sep 17, 2016. Below are trip reports and shared pictures from their climbs.

Others who’ve summited Ebright Azimuth

  • xpda
  • StoneMan
  • sli74
  • william.musser
  • xnatedawgx
  • asheriff88
  • edwandall
  • bryanroyer
  • louhibbard
  • lafiurcm
  • billybernard
  • Dana-Elizabeth
  • jfoster09
  • jacksonhotaling
  • k2mcbeth
  • robertocampo

Routes Used trails & approaches

58% Drive up

16% Drove down

14% Drove down to Naamans Rd

10% Drove up from the PA side

Comments

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Elevation

448 ft / 137 m

Prominence

32 ft / 10 m

Height Rank Range

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Location

Delaware, United States

Summited by

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  • asamartin
  • xpda
  • StoneMan
  • sli74
  • Mr.Yuck
  • hiking4000
  • SDHiker
  • Christopher
  • william.musser
  • xnatedawgx
  • Meerkat_Surprise
  • MooseHiker

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