Hoosac Range Article

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The Hoosac Range is a mountain range that forms part of both the Berkshires of western Massachusetts and the southern Green Mountains of Vermont, both of which are part of the greater Appalachian Mountain chain. Notable peaks include Haystack Mountain and Mount Snow in Vermont and Spruce Mountain in Massachusetts, as well as the Berkshires' high point, Crum Hill, which is located in the town of Monroe, Massachusetts.

The 4.75-mile-long (7.64 km) Hoosac Tunnel passes through the range.

References

External links

  • Wikisource-logo.svg " Hoosac Mountain". Encyclopedia Americana. 1920.
  •  " Hoosac Mountains". Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921.


HOOSAC RANGE Latitude and Longitude:

42°42′00.00″N 73°02′33.99″W / 42.7000000°N 73.0427750°W / 42.7000000; -73.0427750