Celo Knob is the northernmost major peak in the Black Mountains of western North Carolina. It is located just north of Mount Mitchell State Park in the Pisgah National Forest. It is the first peak encountered while hiking the Black Mountain Crest Trail from Bowlens Creek.
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Celo Knob (6327 feet) is the most northern peak in the Blacks, about 3 miles north of Deep Gap. For hikers coming from the South, along the Black Mountain Crest Trail, Celo Knob is easily accessible by a side trail that climbs the crest to the summit. Most Commonly Used/Accepted Routes:
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Mile 2.0 – Reach the lower view on the Woody Ridge Trail, a flat series of rocks with somewhat open views north and south. Just up ahead to the west are Horse Rock and Celo Knob. Mile 2.2 – The trail passes over an abrupt northeast-facing cliff, known as Horse Rock. From here you have outstanding views from north to east. Celo Knob & Gibbs Mountain via Woody Ridge Trail, NC (7-4 Celo Knob & Gibbs Mountain via Woody Ridge Trail, NC (7-4-18) The Woody Ridge Trail is widely lauded as one of the steepest, if not THE steepest, foot path in the Southern Appalachians. Over its 2.7-mile length the trail climbs around 3,000-feet giving it an astounding rate of ascent of 1,111 feet/mile (in comparison my hike out of the Grand 125 Celo Knob Trail, Kernersville, NC 27284 - MLS 977718