Cross Mountain is a mountain in the Cumberland Mountains in the U.S. state of Tennessee. At an elevation of 3,534 feet (1,077 m), it is the highest mountain in Tennessee that is not part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It contains rich deposits of coal, and in 1911 was the site of one of the deadliest mining disasters in state history.
By elevation Cross Mountain is
# 2 out of 88 in Campbell County # 2 out of 62 in Anderson County # 15 out of 678 in the Cumberland Mountains
By prominence Cross Mountain is
# 6 out of 3221 in Tennessee # 1 out of 88 in Campbell County # 1 out of 62 in Anderson County # 4 out of 8514 in the Appalachian Plateaus # 70 out of 39823 in the Appalachian Mountains # 1 out of 678 in the Cumberland Mountains
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