List of mountains in Georgia (U.S. state)

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Map showing elevations in Georgia

This page lists notable mountains in the U.S. state of Georgia.

Highest mountains[edit]

The eleven highest mountains in Georgia are all located in three counties in northeast Georgia. Some of these mountains have true summits or peaks, while others are high points on a ridge. Listings found elsewhere may not necessarily agree because they do not include each of these mountains.

  1. Brasstown Bald (summit), 4,784 feet (1,458 m), Union County
  2. Rabun Bald (summit), 4,696 feet (1,431 m), Rabun County
  3. Dick's Knob (summit), 4,620 feet (1,410 m), Rabun County
  4. Hightower Bald (summit), 4,568 feet (1,392 m), Towns County
  5. Wolfpen Ridge (ridge high point), 4,561 feet (1,390 m), Towns and Union Counties (County line bisects high point)
  6. Blood Mountain (summit), 4,458 feet (1,359 m), Union County
  7. Tray Mountain (summit), 4,430 feet (1,350 m), Towns County
  8. Grassy Ridge (ridge high point), 4,420 feet (1,350 m), Rabun County
  9. Slaughter Mountain (summit), 4,338 feet (1,322 m), Union County
  10. Double Spring Knob (summit), 4,280 feet (1,300 m), Rabun County
  11. Coosa Bald (summit), 4,280 feet (1,300 m), Union County

Other Blue Ridge mountains[edit]

Other mountains[edit]

White Oak Mountain (Catoosa County, Georgia)

See also[edit]

References[edit]