Note: Minimal text labels are included in order to preserve the artistic style of Vermont's terrain.
Low elevation land in this Vermont physical map are colored green. Mostly this includes the Champlain Valley in northwest Vermont, next to Lake Champlain, but the smaller valley of the Connecticut River on the eastern border of Vermont is also at a low elevation. Burlington, Vermont's most populous city, is located in this low-elevation range
Mid elevation is colored with warm colors: yellow, orange, and red. Much of the interior of Vermont is in this range, mostly in the valleys in between the mountains.
High elevation is shown in colors blue and purple, with the highest peaks shown in white. High mountains run north and south all the way through the state of Vermont, with the highest mountains being the Green Mountains, which run through most of the state. Vermont's highest point is Mount Mansfield in the Green Mountains, with a peak elevation of 4395 ft / 1340 m.
Learn how this Vermont topographic image was created with digital elevation data.
The Green Mountains are the most prominent physical feature visible in the map, running north and south through most of central Vermont. The Taconic Mountains in the southeast and the Granitic Mountains in the northeast are also visible.
Many valleys are also visible from rivers that have carved out the land for millions of years. The valleys of the Winooski River, Lamoille River, and Missisquoi River (all rivers that flow westward into Lake Champlain) are all visible.
Lake Champlain is also shown in the map, as are many other smaller lakes and reservoirs.
A total of 45 Vermont cities and towns are labeled.
All major cities like Montpelier, Burlington, Rutland, Bennington, Saint Albans, and Middlebury are shown.
Some of the medium and smaller towns on the map include Chelsea, Barre, Springfield, Vergennes, Fair Haven, Windsor, Randolph, Waterbury, North Bennington, Johnson, Jericho, Arlington, Chester, and many others.
This map is much more than a useful geographic reference of the state of Vermont, it is a work or art. Much attention was paid to creating a map that is aesthetic and stylish and which will look great on display.
Whether you display this map in your home, office, classroom, business, or anywhere else, you can rest assured that it will add some flare to the decor of your room and attract attention and curiosity from all who view it.
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