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Morrison's Cove in Blair and Bedford counties of western Pennsylvania is a long narrow valley extending from the town of New Enterprise on the south, then northward for 35 miles to the Juniata River at Williamsburg. The width of the valley varies from 10 to 15 miles. The valley extends from the Tussey Mountains on the east, westward to the Dunning, Loop, and Lock Mountains. The valley is bounded on the northwest by the Bald Eagle Mountains. Entirely surrounded by mountains, the only openings are at Loysburg Gap in the south, McKee Gap in the west, and Williamsburg to the north. The towns of The Cove are Roaring Spring, Martinsburg, Wiliamsburg, and Woodbury. Although on the other side of the mountain, Claysburg is included in this list because of the shared culture and customs of the area.