|Elevation||1,316 ft (401 m) |
BURLEY HILL CONNECTICUT Latitude and Longitude:
|Easiest route||Private road, bushwack|
Burley Hill is a 1,316-foot (401 m) hill in Union, Connecticut. It is the highest point in Tolland County and the highest point in eastern Connecticut.  It is one of Connecticut's highest named summits  and it ranks 6th in the state for prominence at 669 feet. 
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