If that means it's the highest part in The Alleghenys in the County, then you could probably do allright.
I know that down here in VA, the Skyline drive has a lot of Adirondack Red Spruce not to far up from the start of the drive but the elevation is above 5000 ft.
This is from a website:
"Habitat Well-drained soils in mountain forests, usually above 3,500 feet. Also can be found along the borders of streams, swamps, and bogs."
So, from that, it looks like it would grow just about anywhere!?!? Although, most of what I have read says that it is mostly found in mountainous areas....
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