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Mount Misery or Misery Mountain may refer to:
In the United States
- Mount Misery, a former plantation in the town of St. Michaels, Maryland, on which Frederick Douglass was tortured by slave-breaker Edward Covey. Currently the home of Donald Rumsfeld.
- Mount Misery, a rocky hill in Pachaug State Forest, Connecticut
- Mount Misery, a hill in the town of Auburn, New Hampshire
- Mount Misery, or Valley Forge Mountain, in Tredyffrin Township, Pennsylvania
- Mount Misery, a hill and conservation area located in Lincoln, Massachusetts
- Mount Misery, a large wooded area and supposedly haunted hill in Huntington, New York on Long Island that once belonged to the Matnecock tribe, who believed the land was cursed
- Mount Misery Road, a long stretch of road running alongside the Mount Misery woods
- Mount Misery, a hill on Buck Quarter Creek in northeastern Orange County, North Carolina
- Misery Mountain (Taconic Mountains), a mountain located in New York and Massachusetts
- Mount Misery, a hill overlooking Loch Lomond in Scotland from its East side.
- Mount Misery, in Country Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
- Mount Misery, between Ballarat and Beaufort, Victoria, Australia
- Mount Misery (Tasmania), in Tasmania, Australia
- Mount Misery in Gibraltar had Mount Misery Battery on it
- Mount Misery, on West Point Island, one of the Falkland Islands
- Mount Misery, former name of Mount Liamuiga on the island of Saint Kitts
- Mount Misery, a rock face in south County Kilkenny, overlooking Waterford, Ireland
- Pinelands Center at Mount Misery, a Methodist retreat center and camping site in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, USA
- Mount Misery Brook, a brook near the retreat center
- "Mount Misery", a song by The Zephyrs from their 2001 album When the Sky Comes Down It Comes Down on Your Head
- "Mount Misery", a rock face in South Co. Kilkenny overlooking Waterford City
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