Taconic Range


Taconic Range

Part of the Appalachian mountain system, northeastern U.S. The range extends 150 mi (240 km) from southern Vermont to northern New York. Mount Equinox (3,816 ft [1,163 m]) in southwestern Vermont is the highest peak. In Massachusetts the mountains form the western section of the Berkshire Hills. Taconic State Park, in New York, is a popular mountain recreation area.

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