Vermont, New York, United States
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The Batten Kill, or Battenkill, or the Battenkill River, is a 59.4-mile-long (95.6 km) river rising in Vermont that flows into New York and is a tributary of the Hudson River. The mouth of the Batten Kill is in Easton, New York, and the source of the river is in East Dorset, Vermont. The Batten Kill rises in East Dorset, Vermont, and flows south with Mad Tom Brook soon joining it from the southern slope of Mount Tabor. It flows in a southwesterly direction to Arlington and then in a westerly direction, entering New York.
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