How Big Is Vermont In Square Miles?


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The total area of Vermont is 9,620 square miles or 24,923 square kilometres. The total width of the town is 80 miles and the total length is 160 miles. Vermont is one of the United States of America and falls under the New England region. Vermont is the 45th biggest state in the United States by total area and stands on the 43rd position by land area.

The total land area of Vermont is 9,250 square miles. Vermont is also the second least populated state in the United States of America with a population of 608,827, the least populous state being Wyoming. Vermont has no coastline even though it is in the New England region along the Atlantic Ocean. Vermont is known for Green Mountains which lie on its west side and Lake Champlain on the north-western side.

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