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Vermont Base and Elevation Maps

The two maps shown here are digital base and elevation maps of Vermont.

Vermont map This Vermont base map highlights the location of the state capitol, Montpelier, and major cities throughout the state. Portions of Vermont's border states, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New York are included to show the relationship between Vermont and its neighbors. A small inset shows Vermont among the other 47 Continental United States.

On the north, Vermont shares an international border with Canada.

Vermont base map
Vermont map This elevation map of Vermont illustrates the number of feet or meters the state rises above sea level. The lowest elevation in Vermont is 95 feet above sea level at Lake Champlain. Lower elevations also follow the Connecticut River on the border of New Hampshire.

The Green Mountains run through the center of Vermont and it is here that the highest point in the state is found. Mount Mansfield rises 4,393 above sea level in Chittendon County about eight miles northeast of Stowe. It lies within Mt. Mansfield State Forest to the east of Underhill State Park.

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Vermont elevation map


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