Tennessee, United States
Chilhowee Mountain is a low ridge stretching for 35 miles between the Little Tennessee River to the west (specifically the Chilhowee Dam impoundment) and the Little Pigeon River watershed to the east.
While the mountain is 35 miles long, it rarely reaches a width of more than 3 or 4 miles. Little River cuts a large gap in the middle of the mountain (near Walland), dividing it into eastern and western sections. The highest point on eastern section is 2,843 feet (866m) and the highest point on the western section is 2650 feet at a knob known as Look Rock.