ⓘ Lincoln, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Lincoln, Vermont

Lincoln is located in northeastern Addison County in the Green Mountains. The Long Trail runs along the crest of the Green Mountains near the eastern border of the town, with elevations ranging from a low of 2.430 feet 740 m at Lincoln Gap to a high of 4.006 feet 1.221 m at the summit of Mount Abraham. The lowest elevation in the town is 840 feet 260 m above sea level near West Lincoln, where the New Haven River exits the town.

The Lincoln gap road crosses the Green Mountains in Lincoln gap, connecting the settled parts of Lincoln on the West with the city of Warren to the East. However, it is open only in summer, i.e. the city is mainly addressed through Bristol, VT. No numbered state roads in Lincoln.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 44.6 square miles 115.5 km 2, of which, 44.4 square miles 115.0 km 2 of Land and 0.19 sq km 0.5 km 2, or 0.43%, water.

                                     
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