ⓘ Rupert, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Rupert, Vermont

Rupert is located in the northwest corner of Bennington County, bordered by Washington County, New York, to the west and Rutland County, Vermont, to the north. The town is situated in the Taconic Mountains, the highest point is a 3.010-foot 920 m summit on the ridge of Bear Mountain in the southeast corner of the town.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 44.6 square miles 115.5 km 2, of which 44.6 square miles 115.4 km 2 are land, and 0.04 square miles 0.1 km 2, or 0.08%, is water. In the Northern part of the city on the river Mettawee and Indian rivers, tributaries of lake Champlain, while the rest of the town drains to the batten kill in new York city and eventually the Hudson river.

In the North-Eastern corner of the city is the VT route 30, after the Mettawee river. Vermont route 153 runs North to South through the Western part of the city before crossing into new York. Vermont route 315 runs East–West through the center of town, connecting to VT 30 in East Rupert and to VT 153 in Rupert proper. The town also has the hamlets of West Rupert VT on 153 and North Rupert on 30 watts.

                                     
  • Rupert State Forest covers 363 acres 1.47 km2 in Rupert Vermont in Bennington County. The forest is managed by the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks
  • CDP in Columbia County Rupert Vermont town in Bennington County Rupert West Virginia, town in Greenbrier County Rupert the stuffed teddy bear owned
  • District is a one member state Representative district in the U.S. state of Vermont It is one of the 108 one or two member districts into which the state
  • Intermodal Development October 2, 2014 Vermont General Highway Map, Town of Rupert Bennington County PDF Vermont Agency of Transportation. Retrieved
  • abandoned Delaware Hudson Railway D H corridor between West Rupert and Castleton, Vermont The trail runs in two disconnected segments, separated by a
  • as the East Rupert Hotel and the Hotel G. Jenks, is a historic public accommodations house at the junction of West Dorset Road with Vermont Routes 315
  • was a resident of West Rupert Vermont until his death there. He was cremated and had his ashes interred at his home in West Rupert His son, Karl Meyer
  • Noah Smith, and was admitted to the bar. He began his law practice in Rupert Vermont He married Abiah Douglass 1767 - 1836 and they had two children
  • consider a request from Reuben Harmon, Jr. of Rupert to mint copper coins for the new entity Vermont Though Vermont s legislative branch at this period was
  • Rupert Bear is a children s comic strip character created by English artist Mary Tourtel and first appearing in the Daily Express newspaper on 8 November