Jackson County NC Gaps


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Name USGS Topo Map
Bald Gap Tuckasegee
Balsam Gap Hazelwood
Bear Mountain Gap Big Ridge
Beetree Gap Hazelwood
Berry Gap Glenville
Betty Gap Greens Creek
Big Witch Gap Bunches Bald
Boneyard Gap Big Ridge
Buck Gap Glenville
Buckeye Gap Tuckasegee
Bull Gap Big Ridge
Burnt Cabin Gap Big Ridge
Cathey Gap Sam Knob
Cherry Gap Sylva South
Chestnut Gap Sylva South
Chestnut Gap Greens Creek
Cold Spring Gap Tuckasegee
Cove Gap Highlands
Cowee Gap Highlands
Cullowhee Gap Glenville
Dead Heifer Gap Big Ridge
Deep Gap Big Ridge
Deep Gap Sam Knob
Deep Gap Tuckasegee
Deep Gap Tuckasegee
Dicks Gap Sylva South
Dills Gap Greens Creek
Double Knob Gap Big Ridge
Drybone Gap Big Ridge
Flat Gap Hazelwood
Flat Gap Sylva South
Flint Spring Gap Tuckasegee
Gage Gap Sam Knob
Grassy Gap Big Ridge
Greens Gap Greens Creek
Gribble Gap Sylva South
Hamburg Gap Glenville
Harris Gap Greens Creek
Heady Mountain Gap Cashiers
Horse Stamp Gap Big Ridge
Indian Camp Gap Sylva North
Jackie Spring Gap Tuckasegee
Licklog Gap Hazelwood
Locust Gap Hazelwood
Logan Gap Big Ridge
Low Gap Whittier
Mack Gap Greens Creek
Mayapple Gap Tuckasegee
Moss Gap Glenville
Mulkey Gap Cashiers
Ned Gap Whittier
Packs Gap Big Ridge
Parker Gap Tuckasegee
Peggy Gap Whittier
Perry Gap Glenville
Pinhook Gap Sam Knob
Polls Gap Bunches Bald
Polly Middleton Gap Tuckasegee
Rich Mountain Gap Tuckasegee
Richland Gap Sam Knob
Rocky Knob Gap Sam Knob
Sam Queen Gap Tuckasegee
Sandy Gap Big Ridge
Sassafras Gap Big Ridge
Sassafras Gap Tuckasegee
Shut-In Gap Sylva North
Soapstone Gap Sylva South
Sugar Creek Gap Tuckasegee
Turkeypen Gap Glenville
Wet Camp Gap Sam Knob
Wildcat Gap Highlands
Windy Gap Big Ridge
Windy Gap Greens Creek
Wolfpen Gap Tuckasegee
Wolfpen Gap Sylva North
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