Titus Hill

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Titus Hill
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Titus Hill
Location of Titus Hill within New York
Highest point
Elevation 2,087 feet (636 m)
Coordinates 42°29′28″N74°43′36″W / 42.49111°N 74.72667°W / 42.49111; -74.72667 Coordinates: 42°29′28″N74°43′36″W / 42.49111°N 74.72667°W / 42.49111; -74.72667 [1]
Location North Kortright, New York, U.S.
Topo map USGS Harpersfield

Titus Hill is a mountain located in the Catskill Mountains of New York north of North Kortright. Middle Brook Hill is located southeast, Streeter Hill is located south, Quaker Hill is located west-southwest, and Fan Hill is located southeast of Titus Hill.

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