Northeast region of the United States is also known by North East, is one of the four geographical region of the United States of America, containing a geographical area of 469,630 km-square bounded by Canada on its north, Atlantic ocean toward its east, Southern United-States on its south and Midwestern united states on its west. According to the census bureau northeastern region is divided into nine states and the Association of American Geographers has divided Northeast region of the United States divided the into two sub regions, New England and Middle States. The New-England comprises New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut and Middle-States includes New-York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey and Delaware. The northeastern region has a diverse variety of geography, a broad coastal plain line, the Atlantic shores, temperate forests and areas further inland feature rolling hills. Western area of Northeastern US map consists of long and wide, low mountain ranges.
Appalachian Mountains consist of The blue mountains in Pennsylvania, blue hills in New Jersey, Case mountains in Connecticut, green mountain in Vermont and white mountains in New-Hampshire. Mount Washington and the New-Hampshire is the North East highest peak having an altitude of 1917 meters, with a reputation of the world worst weather.
New England along rolling Hills Mountains having coastline are glacial landforms. There is coastline of Maine with many shores with also typical glacial landforms. There are many small islands in the Atlantic water of the state of Maine. The New England coast extending from the northeastern main to south Western Connecticut is a mixture of sandy beach, rocky terrain, hills, lakes and swamps. The Atlantic-Coast is relatively low compared to Pacific-Coast. The main pattern continues from north part of New England through the middle of Atlantic states further toward south, it consists of coastal plain and their clash in mountain ranges. Coastal plain lies between the Atlantic Ocean and the foothills of Appalachian Mountains, which stretches from New-Jersey to the south. The coastal plain is narrow in the north where Boston and New York City is located; it becomes somewhat wider toward the south.