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Appalachian Mountains Cover an Immense Area

The Appalachian Mountain range covers an area that is 1500 miles long and around 200 miles wide. These mountains extend from as far south as Georgia to as far north as Newfoundland. Out of that immense area, the AMJV boundary includes 103 million acres that include some of the largest expanses of deciduous forest remaining in the eastern United States.