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Mt. Abraham
Lincoln, VT

Mt. Abraham as seen from Lincoln Peak
Mt. Abraham as seen from Lincoln Peak

Location mapSummary
Mt. Abraham, located on the southern end of Lincoln Mountain, is one of five 4,000' peaks in Vermont. The alpine zone summit features views in almost every direction.

In 1973, a Cessna plane crashed just northeast of the summit. Much of the wreckage still remains in the woods on the side of the mountain.

Summit Elevation
4,006 feet

Summit Facilities

Trip Reports:
Click on the date for photos, timestamps, and maps.
Date of Hike Trail(s) Length Steepness Vertical
September 19, 2016 Access road, more Moderate Difficult 2,776'
August 9, 2015 Access road, more Moderate Difficult 2,776'
July 2, 2011 Battell Trail, more Moderate Difficult 2,701'
May 28, 2011 Access road, more Difficult Difficult 3,988'
December 25, 2010 Gate House Trail, more Difficult Difficult 4,238'
July 25, 2010 Jerusalem Trail, more Moderate Difficult 3,570'
October 7, 2006 Long Trail Moderate Difficult 1,942'

More Information
- New England 4,000 Foot Peaks
- New England 100 Highest Peaks
- Cessna 182N Plane Wreck - NTSB
- Mt. Abraham Cancelled Ski Area

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