Geography in New York City

New York is surrounded by Canada and Lake Ontario in the north; Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the Atlantic Ocean in the south; Lake Erie in the west; and Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont in the east. The St. Lawrence-Champlain Lowland keeps running along the edge of the Adirondack Mountains and the Canadian fringe. In this sloping territory, you can see Lake Champlain and Thousand Islands, an accumulation of little islands that sit between New York and Canada.

The Adirondack Upland, known for the Appalachian Mountains and its woodlands, cascades, and lakes incorporates New York's most amazing peak, Mount Marcy. The Hudson-Mohawk Lowland contains a great part of the Hudson and Mohawk River valleys, and the Allegheny Plateau, extending from Lake Erie along the fringe with Pennsylvania, incorporates the 11 Finger Lakes and the forested Catskill Mountains.

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