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Dowdell's Knob

Dowdell's Knob
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View from the top of the mountain.
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Location
Location Shiloh, Georgia
Range Pine Mountain Range
Coordinates
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Topo map USGS Shiloh
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Climbing
First ascent 1932
Easiest route Georgia State Route 190

Dowdell's Knob is a prominent mountain in Harris County, Georgia. It is the highest point in Harris County at 1,395 feet (425 meters) above sea level and the highest point on the Pine Mountain Range in the area.[1] It is referred to as a historical spot where former U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt would dine occasionally. In fact, he had a brick oven and picnic area constructed on this mountain for his use during his visits to nearby Warm Springs. Dowdell's Knob is located Script error: No such module "convert". south of Atlanta and Script error: No such module "convert". north of Columbus, Georgia.

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