Mountain Discoveries

Mountain Discoveries
Mountain Discoveries
Type Magazine
Format Spring/Summer, and Fall/Winter
Owner Advertising Art Design Inc.
Founded 2002
Language English
Headquarters 6 Commerce Drive, Cumberland, Maryland 21502  United States
Official website

Mountain Discoveries is a free publication that focuses on the region of Western Maryland and neighboring Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The magazine is written and produced by professional and freelance writers from the area and features articles about the people, activities, places and articles of interest related to the region.[1]

Mountain Discoveries is printed on locally produced paper from the NewPage paper mill. NewPage has a major paper plant in Allegany County, Maryland.


  1. ^ Mountain Discoveries: About Us. Retrieved 2007

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