Hubbard Scientific Knoxville, Tennessee regional raised relief map
This map is no longer being produced since the manufacturer went out of business.
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This three-dimensional vinyl map shows a section of eastern Tennessee, western North Carolina, and northwestern South Carolina. Of these three states, about two-thirds of the map coverage depict North Carolina lands. Most of the title city of Knoxville is in the extreme upper left corner. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is at left center. Asheville is in the middle third of the map. Mtn. Mitchell, the highest peak in the eastern U.S., is in the upper right corner.
This map is bounded by 35 and 36 degrees north latitude, 82 and 84 degrees west longitude.
Cities, towns, and communities - Most of Knoxville, Alcoa, Maryville, Sevierville, Gatlinburg, Newport (Tennessee); Andrews, Bryson City, Franklin, Sylva, Waynesville, Hazelwood, Canton, Brevard, Hot Springs, Asheville, Swannanoa, Black Mountain, Old Fort, Marion, Hot Springs, Mars Hill, Spruce Pine, Hendersonville, Saluda, Tryon, Columbus (North Carolina); Landrum, Marietta, Inman Hills, Inman (South Carolina).
Major highways - Interstate 26, 40; Blue Ridge Parkway; US 11, 19, 23, 25, 64, 70, 129, 276, 411, 441, and numerous state and local roads.
Native American reservations - Cherokee Indian Reservation.
Parks, forests, refuges, preserves, or other conservation areas - Great Smoky Mountains National Park; parts of Nantahala National Forest, Sumter National Forest, Cherokee National Forest, and Pisgah National Forest; Shining Rock Wilderness; Mt. Mitchell State Park; Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest.
Major physical features - Tennessee River, French Broad River, most of Douglas Lake, Bays Mountains, Chilhowee Mountain, English Mountain, Stone Mountain, Bald Mountains, Great Smoky Mountains, French Broad River, Little Tennessee River, Fontana Lake, Santeetlah Lake, Unicoi Mountains, Cheoh Mountains, Snowbird Mountains, Valley River, Valley River Mountains, Nantahala Lake, Nantahala Mountains, part of Chatuge Lake, Thorpe Reservoir, Tuckasegee River, part of Lake Jocassee, Pisgah Ridge, Newfound Mountain, Bald Mountains, Walnut Mountains, Swannanoa Mountains, Mt Mitchell, Catawba River, Lake Lure, Blue Ridge, Poinsett Reservoir, Lake William C Bowen.
Scale, 1:250,000 (1 inch = about 4 miles)
Vertical exaggeration, 3:1
Contour interval, 100 feet
Size: about 32 x 20½ inches
Publication date: 2002