North Carolina Base and Elevation Maps
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||This North Carolina base map highlights the location of the state capitol,
major cities throughout the state. Portions of North Carolina's border states,
included to show the relationship between North Carolina and its neighbors. A small inset shows North Carolina among the
other 47 Continental United States.
|North Carolina base map, Courtesy of Maps.com.
||This elevation map of North Carolina illustrates the number of feet or meters the
state rises above sea level. As you can see, about 1/2 of North Carolina resides at, or less than 500 feet above,
sea level. From sea level, at the Atlantic Ocean, the land rises to a high point of 6,684 feet above sea level
in the west.
is the highest point in North Carolina and the highest point east of the Mississippi River. It rises to 6,684
feet above sea level (396 feet higher than Mount Washington in
New Hampshire) in the Black Mountains about 35 miles northeast
[ Mount Mitchell Mapped ]
|North Carolina elevation map, Courtesy of Maps.com.
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