Taylor Ridge is the most northwestern ridge in the state of Georgia within the Ridge and Valley physiographic region and is approximately 40 miles in length. To the west the ridge is bordered by the Cumberland Plateau region and to the north Taylor Ridge becomes White Oak Mountain at Ringgold Gap although technically part of the same ridge. The western foothills of Taylor Ridge are also the western border of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Taylor Ridge is part of the Armuchee Ridges which also consist of Little Sand Mountain, Dicks Ridge, Johns Ridge, Horn Mountain and Rocky Face. Taylor Ridge runs south to north through Chattooga, Walker, Whitfield and Catoosa counties along the towns of Summerville, Trion, Lafayette and Ringgold. The highpoint of the ridge is 1,665 feet where the ridge buckles with Dicks Ridge. An area labeled high point is 1,432 feet at the ridges southern terminus along GA highway 100.
The ridge was named in honor of Richard Taylor, a Cherokee Indian chief.
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