|Range Type||Mountain range with well-recognized name|
|Highest Point||Equinox Mountain (3840+ ft/1170+ m)|
|Countries||United States |
|States/Provinces||New York (42%), Connecticut (28%), Massachusetts (21%), Vermont (10%)|
(numbers are approximate percentage of range area)
|Area||7,409 sq mi / 19,189 sq km|
Area may include lowland areas
|Extent||211 mi / 339 km North-South|
68 mi / 110 km East-West
|Center Lat/Long||42° 19' N; 73° 20' W|
|Map Link||Microsoft Bing Map|
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The Taconic Range is the low range of pleasantly wooded hills that runs along the western border of the New England States, separating them from the Hudson Valley of New York. The full extent of the range is not generally known--many assume that all mountains in Vermont are the Green Mountains, and that the Berkshires of Massachusetts are their own entity. But there is a definite topographic unity to this range, from its northern end near Lake Champlain to its southern outliers not far from New York City.
|Map of Taconic Range|
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Major Peaks of the Taconic Range
Photos of Peaks in the Taconic Range
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