Kalmont,  in the south central region of the Empire, is most famous for the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Most of the Turnpike's original course runs through Kalmont, and it includes all of the original Seven Tunnels, of which three are now the famous Lost Tunnels: Laurel Hill, Ray's Hill, and Sideling Hill.

Kalmont is named for the Laurel Mountains: the mountain laurel flower is Kalmia latifolia.

Learn more about Kalmont in the wiki.