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  2. Table Rock (North Carolina) - Wikipedia

    Table Rock is a mountain in the east rim of Linville Gorge, part of Pisgah National Forest (Grandfather Ranger District) in North Carolina. It features a distinctive rock formation, and is a prominent peak in the area. [2] The peak makes for a quick hike from a nearby parking area, and is also very popular for rock climbing. [3]

  3. Table Rock State Park (South Carolina) - Wikipedia

    Table Rock State Park is a 3,083-acre (12.48 km 2) park at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains in northern Pickens County, South Carolina. The park includes Pinnacle Mountain, the tallest mountain totally within the state. [4] Contents 1 Park Features 1.1 Trails 2 History 3 Table Rock State Park Historic District 4 References 5 External links

  4. Sauratown Mountains - Wikipedia

    The Sauratown Mountains are known for offering some of the best rock climbing in North Carolina. The highest point in the Sauratown Mountains is Moore's Knob, which rises to 2,579 feet (786 m). The range is home to Hanging Rock State Park, which was formed in 1936 and contains Moore's Knob and other prominent peaks.

  5. Crowders Mountain - Wikipedia

    Crowders Mountain is one of two main peaks within Crowders Mountain State Park, the other peak being The Pinnacle. The park is located in the western Piedmont of North Carolina between the cities of Kings Mountain and Gastonia or about 25 miles (40 km) west of Charlotte. Crowders Mountain abruptly rises nearly 800 feet (240 m) above the ...

  6. Grandfather Mountain - Wikipedia

    On September 29, 2008, North Carolina Governor Mike Easley announced that the state had agreed to purchase 2,600 acres (11 km 2) of the undeveloped portions of Grandfather Mountain from the Morton family for $12 million. [3] The area has been added to the North Carolina State Park system, becoming the 34th North Carolina state park.

  7. Stone Mountain State Park - Wikipedia

    The mountain, which has an elevation of 2,305 feet (706 m) above sea level, is known for its barren sides and distinctive brown-gray color, and can be seen for miles. The mountain offers some of the best rock climbing in North Carolina, and the park's creeks and streams feature excellent brook trout fishing.

  8. Hanging Rock State Park - Wikipedia

    Rustic. NRHP reference No. 91001507 [3] Added to NRHP. October 24, 1991. Hanging Rock State Park is a 9,011-acre (3,647 ha) [1] North Carolina state park in Stokes County, North Carolina in the United States. The park is 30 miles (48 km) north of Winston-Salem and is located approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) from Danbury in Stokes County .