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The township contains Lehigh County's highest point, Bake Oven Knob at 1,585 feet.
Heidelberg Township, incorporated in 1752, is situated in the Northwestern area of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
Prior to 1752, the territory now known as Heidelberg Township was known as the Heidelberg District and was part of Berks County.
A Township of the second class and organized under the Pennsylvania Second Class Township Code.
The Blue Mountain separates it from Carbon County. The township contains Lehigh County's highest point, Bake Oven Knob at 1,585 feet.
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