- Baden Hill
Baden Hill is a glacier-made
kamenear Baden, Ontario. Because of its height, it has been used for radio and TV transmission towers, most notably that of Kitchener's CKCO-TV. It can be seen from practically anywhere in Wilmot Township and beyond.
Elevation of the summit of Baden Hill appears to be in excess of 440m.
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