Tomkins Mountain (variant names: Thomkins Knob, Thompkins Knob and Tompkins Knob) is a mountain in the North Carolina High Country, near the community of Deep Gap. The majority of the mountain is within the Blue Ridge Parkway. Its elevation reaches 4,075 feet (1,242 m) and it also marks the corner between Ashe, Watauga, and Wilkes counties.
Split along the Eastern Continental Divide, it generates feeder streams to both the South Fork New River (via West Fork Pine Swamp Creek) and Yadkin River (via South Prong Lewis Fork). Laurel Spur Ridge juts out south from the mountain; while Husons Ridge goes northwest, marking the Ashe/Watauga county line.
By elevation Tomkins Knob is
# 81 out of 170 in Blue Ridge Parkway # 40 out of 129 in Watauga County # 1 out of 102 in Wilkes County # 1 out of 3 in E.B. Jeffress Park
By prominence Tomkins Knob is
# 9 out of 170 in Blue Ridge Parkway # 97 out of 3424 in North Carolina # 7 out of 129 in Watauga County # 2 out of 102 in Wilkes County # 1 out of 3 in E.B. Jeffress Park
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