Mount Independence is a 306 ft (93 m) high hill on the Vermont side of Lake Champlain, in the northeastern United States.

It is a Vermont State Historic Site and was the site of Fort Independence, an American revolutionary war fortification built opposite Fort Ticonderoga. Unfortunately both forts were dominated, militarily, by the higher Mount Defiance.
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