[ kuh-tah-dn ]
/ kəˈtɑ dn /
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Mount, the highest peak in Maine, in the central part. 5,273 feet (1,607 meters).
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Sobos usually start in Maine in late May after Memorial Day, the exact date depending on the season’s snowpack and when Baxter State Park opens Katahdin trails.
The first miles—up and down 5,269-foot Katahdin—are among the most difficult of the entire trail, filled with rock scrambles and cable-assisted bouldering.
Raed got home from Katahdin on the night of the 15th of May.
In this respect it reminded me much of Mount Katahdin, in Maine.
Katahdin: Mount Katahdin is 5385 feet in height and is usually snow-covered.Selections From American Poetry|Various
The Katahdin is an armored ram which relies upon her sharp prow to disable an adversary.Young Peoples' History of the War with Spain|Prescott Holmes
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