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Mount Mansfield

Listed under Mountain Scenery in Vermont, United States.

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This mountain is the tallest in Vermont at 4,395 feet at its peak. The mountain is located in the town of Underhill and extends out into the towns of Stowe and Cambridge. The mountain is known for its distinct resemblance of a human profile, with the chin being the highest point.

The mountain is home to many recreational activities including hiking, biking and skiing.

A popular hiking trail includes driving the toll road from the Stowe Base Lodge to the Nose and then hike along the mountain to the Chin.

Stowe Mountain Resort is located right near the mountain and some of the ski trails available belong to them. Mount Mansfield is one of only two places in Vermont that still contain Arctic Tundra, the other being Camels Hump. Mount Mansfield holds 200 acres while Camels Hump only holds a few acres.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

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