I took this weekend to bag the highpoints of Roanoke and Montgomery Counties, located on two separate summits of Poor Mountain. The best access to these hikes is to take Honeysuckle Road up to the antenna ridden ridge line of Poor Mountain. This gravel road is fairly steep, but most two wheel drive vehicles should make it in good weather. Once on the ridge line, it is a short drive to the parking area for the highest summit on Poor Mountain (also the Roanoke County highpoint). The hike to the summit is short, under a mile. Even for November, it was especially cold. However, there is a steep section that gets the body heat going. Interestingly, this steep section has two paved and grooved tracks, which almost acts like stairs. The summit has a tower structure, but I\'m not exactly sure of its use. The topo map indicates another potential highpoint area to the southwest. I hiked to this area as well, however, it appears to be lower from visual observations.