OK, it ain't Mount Shasta, but it's what we've got!
Ascutney ('real' Abenaki name, Kaskadenak) is a monadnock (a free standing conical mountain, "isolated hill of bedrock" per Monadnock | geology ) with a summit of (per Wiki-p) 958 m (3144 ft). It is said to be an extinct volcano. I certainly hope it's extinct.
Whatever it be, it's a pretty impressive structure.
* per that "Britannica" citation, Mt. Monadnock (the mountain that put the Monadnock in Monadnock, the sine qua non) is a little taller -- but I guess it's not "free standing"... although it looks pretty free standing It does have "Little Monadnock" nearby. But Dammit, Jim! I'm a biochemist, not a geologist!
I hung in there as long as I could, but after acquir
ing a Fuji XPro 1, my beloved Canon F-1n
(with original hand made 85 1.2 aspherical and 35 tilt and shift) moved in with my son and I
haven't looked back.