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Chimney Creekrises in N Madison County and flows E into Big Creek.
Chimney End RidgeE Mitchell County between Reuben Creek and Powers Branch.
Chimney KnobS Macon County between Carpenters Branch and Jones Creek.
Chimney MountainNW Burke County. Alt. 3,657. Known by the Cherokee Indians as Connatara.
Chimney Rocka resort community in W Rutherford County S of Broad River. Named for nearby granite monolith rising 225 ft. from the shoulder of Chimney Rock Mountain and overlooking Hickory Nut Gorge (see Hickory Nut Gap) and Lake Lure. Alt. 1,050. A post office by the name existed there as early as 1843. Long owned by the Morse family, monolith and surrounding area were acquired for a state park in 2007.
Chimney Rock MountainW Rutherford County.
Chimney Rock TownshipW Rutherford County.
Chimney Toppeak on Piney Mountain, W central Polk County. Ostin Creek rises there. Alt. 1,500.
Chimneytop Mountainin S Jackson County 1 mi. E of Hampton Lake and S of Rocky Mountain. Alt. 4,618. Known by the Cherokee Indians as Kayoo-lanta (a chimney).
China Creekrises in S Watauga County about 1 mi. W of town of Blowing Rock and flows S into Thunderhole Creek in N Caldwell County.