Mine Hill (New Hampshire)

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Mine Hill
Highest point
Elevation580 ft (180 m)
Prominence342 ft (104 m)
Geography
LocationAuburn, New Hampshire,
United States
Geology
Mountain typeHill
Climbing
First ascentMarch 1714
Easiest routeHike

Mine Hill is a hill in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Its summit has an elevation greater than 580 feet (177 m) above sea level, making it one of the two highest points in the town of Auburn. (The other is Mount Miner, which has an elevation of 582 feet (177 m).)

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Coordinates: 42°59′22″N 71°20′13″W / 42.98944°N 71.33694°W / 42.98944; -71.33694