Celo Knob viewed from Three Knobs Overlook
|Elevation||6,327 ft (1,928.5 m)|
|Prominence||647 ft (197.2 m) |
|Area||3,800 acres (1,500 ha)|
|Management||Pisgah National Forest|
|Owner||USDA Forest Service|
|Topo map||USGS Celo 35082-G2 1:24,000|
|Nearest city||Burnsville, North Carolina|
Celo Knob is the northern most major peak in the Black Mountains of western North Carolina. It is located just north of Mount Mitchell State Park in the Pisgah National Forest. It is the first peak encountered while hiking the Black Mountain Crest Trail from Bowlens Creek. The trail passes to the southwest of the summit, which can be reached by various herd paths.
- "Celo Knob, North Carolina". Peakbagger.com. 2008-07-08.
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