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The Appalachian Mountains are the chief mountain system of the eastern United States and the oldest mountains in the country. They stretch for about 1500 miles from the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec to central Alabama. The chief ranges include the Green Mountains in Vermont, the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and the Adirondack Mountains in New York. The Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia form the principal central ranges. The southern ranges include the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Cumberland Mountains, and the Great Smoky Mountains are the main southern ranges. Mount Washington rises 6288 feet in New Hampshire and Mount Mitchell is the highest peak of all at 6684 feet in North Carolina.

The is the highest peak of all at 6684 feet in North Carolina.

The [us:appalachtr] is a national scenic trail traversing the hills and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains, beginning in [me:mtkatahd], Maine to Springer Mountain, Georgia, and is part of the national park system. CODE left

The Appalachian Mountains are the chief mountain system of the eastern United States and the oldest mountains in the country. They stretch for about 1500 miles from the [pq:gaspepen] in [pq:homepage] to central [al:homepage]. The chief ranges include the [vt:greenmtn] in Vermont, the [nh:whitemtn] in New Hampshire, and the [ny:adirmtns] in New York. The [us:alm] of Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia form the principal central ranges. The southern ranges include the [brm], the [cmm], and the [gsm] are the main southern ranges. [nh:mtwashin] rises 6288 feet in New Hampshire and [nc:mtmitche] is the highest peak of all at 6684 feet in North Carolina.

The [us:appalachtr] is a national scenic trail traversing the hills and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains, beginning in [me:mtkatahd], Maine to Springer Mountain, Georgia, and is part of the national park system.