Katahdin


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Ka·tah·din

 (kə-täd′n)
A mountain, 1,606 m (5,268 ft) high, of north-central Maine. It is the highest elevation in the state and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail.

Ka•tah•din

(kəˈtɑ dn)

n.
Mount, the highest peak in Maine, in the central part. 5273 ft. (1607 m).
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