High PointFor other uses, see Sierra Morena (disambiguation).
The area includes, Sierra Morena, which is 2,417 feet (737 m) above sea level, according to the U.S. Geological Survey maps. It is near Skeggs Point (elevation 2,315 feet), the vista point and parking lot along Skyline Boulevard. Due to the presence of communication antennas and microwave equipment, the gravel road leading to Sierra Morena is behind a chain link fence and closed to the public.
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... population 1,749,525 The Piedmont Triad Greensboro—Winston-Salem—High Point, North Carolina - population 1,589.200 North Carolina has nine municipalities with populations of more than 100,000 ... County - population 200,564 Cary Wake County - population 135,234 High Point Guilford County - population 104,371 Wilmington New Hanover County - population 106,456 Officially, as drawn from verified US Census ... Durham Winston-Salem Fayetteville Cary High Point Wilmington ...
12, 1862 - February 8, 1929) was a businessman and philanthropist who built the High Point monument and donated the land that makes up New Jersey's highest point ... In 1910 he purchased the High Point Inn from the estate of Charles St ... In 1922 he donated his home at High Point along with 10,500 acres (42 km2) for a state park ...
... High Point hosted the Seattle Green Living Expo in September 2006 ... Sponsored by the City of Seattle, it attracted 18,000 visitors over two weekends ...
... and the High Point Enterprise in High Point, N.C ... Edwards, who became publisher of the Dispatch when Bean moved to High Point in 2004, previously had served as managing editor in the 1980s ...
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