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Halifax, Vermont

Located just to the southeast of Brattleboro, Halifax was granted in 1750. It was named for George Montagu-Dunk, the second earl of Halifax.

Halifax is the birthplace of Elisha G. Otis, the inventor of the safety elevator.

Heavily wooded, Halifax is also home to a wealth of mountains and lesser peaks, including:

  • Blue Mountain (2001 feet)
  • Stowe Mountain (1460 feet)
  • Jolly Mountain (2020 feet)
  • Chase Hill (1880 feet)
  • Prospect Hill (1812 feet)
  • French Hill (1586 feet)


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