Standing Indian Mountain, elevation 5,499 feet, is part of the North Carolina portion of the Southern Nantahala Wilderness within the boundaries of the Nantahala National Forest. The mountain lies along the Appalachian Trail and is the highest point along the Nantahala River.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Standing Indian is
# 11 out of 328 in Nantahala National Forest (Nantahala Ranger District) # 1 out of 151 in Nantahala National Forest (Tusquitee Ranger District) # 1 out of 111 in Clay County # 1 out of 292 in Macon County # 1 out of 45 in Southern Nantahala Wilderness
By prominence Standing Indian is
# 1 out of 328 in Nantahala National Forest (Nantahala Ranger District) # 1 out of 151 in Nantahala National Forest (Tusquitee Ranger District) # 6 out of 3424 in North Carolina # 1 out of 111 in Clay County # 1 out of 292 in Macon County # 1 out of 45 in Southern Nantahala Wilderness # 19 out of 39823 in the Appalachian Mountains # 6 out of 6326 in the Blue Ridge Mountains
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