List of National Natural Landmarks in Vermont

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From List of National Natural Landmarks, these are the National Natural Landmarks in Vermont. There are 12 in total.

Name Image Date Location County Description
1 Battell Biological Preserve 1976 Addison A pristine, climax, New England forest.
2 Barton River Marsh 1973 Orleans A large, shallow, freshwater marsh considered one of the best in New England.
3 Camel's Hump Camel's Hump 1968 Chittenden, Washington Supports the second largest extent of alpine-tundra in Vermont.
4 Cornwall Marsh 1973 Addison The largest unbroken red maple swamp in Vermont.
5 Franklin Bog 1973 Franklin A cold, northern sphagnum-heath bog.
6 Fisher-Scott Memorial Pines 1976 Bennington An old-growth stand of white pine.
7 Gifford Woods 1980 Rutland An old-growth, northern hardwood, climax forest.
8 Little Otter Creek Marsh 1973 Addison Considered the best large expanse of marsh land in Vermont
9 Lake Willoughby Natural Area Lake Willoughby 1967 Orleans The deepest lake in Vermont and one of the most significant and scenic examples of glacial erosion in the northeast.
10 Molly Bog 1973 Lamoille A classic, early successional, cold northern bog.
11 Mount Mansfield Mount Mansfield 1980 Chittenden, Lamoille Contains a virgin, red spruce- balsam fir forest, extensive alpine tundra, and rare arctic flora not found elsewhere in the northeast.
12 Chazy Fossil Reef Chazy Reef Isle La Motte.jpg 2009 Grand Isle The oldest known occurrence of a biologically diverse fossil reef in the world.