What is the highest drivable mountain in Delaware? It is the Ebright Azimuth, and it’s also the highest elevation in the state. It is measured precisely at 447.85 feet above sea level. In case you are wondering, it’s the second lowest mountain top in the country.
However, it does not mean that the MMUSA crew had an easy time traveling in Delaware. A strong rain storm rolled in soon after Nathan and Andre reached the high point. There was some flooding in areas, but it did not prevent the crew from getting a glimpse of the Atlantic ocean via the Delaware river. Our Jeep Wrangler Rubicon saw both the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans in the first five months on the road.
The Jeep is still going strong. The heavy rain in Delaware put the hard top to another test, but there were no leaks. The MMUSA rig is now eight months old, has over 30,500 miles on the clock, and has not let us down. Roman did have a temporary problem with the disconnecting sway bar, but the problem seems to have fixed itself.
One of the best ways of experiencing America first hand is hitting the open road with the windows and top down in the 2015 Jeep Rubicon Wrangler Rubicon Hard Rock. The Motor Mountain USA (#MMUSA) team embarks upon an epic road trip by visiting the highest drivable roads of every state in the USA. Along the way Nathan, Roman, Andre and Emme will visit locales less traveled and uniquely American attractions that make the United States one of the world’s favorite tourist destinations.
The Delware belt buckle is not hidden at the Ebright Azimuth. Watch the episode below to follow the adventure and get the precise location of the buckle.