Taconic Mountains

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Ta·con·ic Mountains

 (tə-kŏn′ĭk)
A range of the Appalachian Mountains in southeast New York, western Massachusetts, and southwest Vermont rising to 1,163 m (3,816 ft).
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Noun1.Taconic Mountains - a range of the Appalachian Mountains along the eastern border of New York with Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont
Connecticut, Constitution State, CT, Nutmeg State - a New England state; one of the original 13 colonies
Bay State, Massachusetts, Old Colony, MA - a state in New England; one of the original 13 colonies
Empire State, New York State, NY, New York - a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies
Green Mountain State, Vermont, VT - a state in New England
Appalachian Mountains, Appalachians - a mountain range in the eastern United States extending from Quebec to the Gulf of Mexico; a historic barrier to early westward expansion of the United States
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The historic Taconic State Parkway traverses mountainous terrain, rolling hills and open landscapes of the Taconic Range, providing the traveler with sweeping views and scenic vistas.
This is not your typical insider's guide to the historic and storied Hudson River Valley, generally extending from Rockland County to Albany and to the Taconic Range to the east.