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View of Knob Mountain from Skyline Drive
|Elevation||2,671 ft (814 m)|
|Location||Page County, Virginia, U.S.|
|Parent range||Blue Ridge Mountains|
Geologically speaking, the mountain is situated in the northern subprovince of the Blue Ridge Province of the Appalachian Highlands. It is part of the Crystalline Appalachians. Knob Mountain is separated from parallel Neighbor Mountain to the east by a stream known as Jeremy's Run. To the west of Knob Mountain lies the Great Appalachian Valley.
Knob Mountain is accessible from the Knob Mountain Trail, which runs along much of the mountain's ridge. The closest scenic viewpoint along Skyline Drive from which to view Knob Mountain is Jeremy's Run Overlook. The nearest city is Rileyville, at 2.7 miles away.
- "Knob Mountain Summit - Virginia Mountain Peak Information". www.mountainzone.com. Retrieved 9 October 2012.