Greenwood Mountain

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Greenwood Mountain is the name of several mountain summits in the United States.

There are two peaks in the U.S. state of Maine, one in Piscataquis County, which climbs to 1,129 feet (344 m) above the sea level at 45°21′36″N 69°23′27″W / 45.360049°N 69.390883°W / 45.360049; -69.390883 5.9 miles (9.5 km) away from the town of Monson,[1] and the other being in Oxford County, which climbs to 761 feet (232 m) and is located at 44°12′00″N 70°22′46″W / 44.200071°N 70.379502°W / 44.200071; -70.379502 0.9 miles (1.4 km) away from the village of Hebron and circa 14 miles (23 km) far from the city of Lewiston.[2]

The state of West Virginia has also two peaks. The first is located in Fayette County, 0.8 miles (1.3 km) away of the unincorporated area of Maplewood, at 2,871 feet (875 m) of altitude and is geolocated at 37°53′22″N 80°59′02″W / 37.88956°N 80.983984°W / 37.88956; -80.983984.[3] while the second summit is in Tucker County, climbs to 3,507 feet (1,069 m), and is located at 39°00′47″N 79°37′00″W / 39.013163°N 79.616725°W / 39.013163; -79.616725, 2.9 miles (4.7 km) from Red Creek.[4]

Greenwood Mountain is also a mountain summit in Burnet County in the state of Texas. It climbs to 1,401 feet (427 m) and is located at 31°00′29″N 98°25′40″W / 31.00795°N 98.427812°W / 31.00795; -98.427812, 6.7 miles (10.8 km) away from Bend.[5]

There is also another peak in Lake County, Minnesota. It is one of the lesser peaks of the Sawtooth Mountains of northeastern Minnesota, with a height of only 145 feet (44 m) above its small lake, which is at its north side.[6]


  1. ^ "Greenwood Mountain Summit - Maine Mountain Peak Information (Piscataquis)".
  2. ^ "Greenwood Mountain Summit - Maine Mountain Peak Information (Oxford)".
  3. ^ "Greenwood Mountain Summit - West Virginia Mountain Peak Information (Fayette)".
  4. ^ "Greenwood Mountain Summit - West Virginia Mountain Peak Information (Tucker)".
  5. ^ "Greenwood Mountain Summit - Texas Mountain Peak Information".
  6. ^ Upham, Warren (2001). Minnesota Place Names, A Geographical Encyclopedia (3rd ed.). St. Paul, Minn.: Minnesota Historical Society Press. p. 316. ISBN 0-87351-396-7. OCLC 45137506.