Question: What Is The Altitude Of California??

List of U.S.

states by elevation

State Highest point Highest elevation
Arizona Humphreys Peak 12,637 feet (3,852 m)
Arkansas Mount Magazine 2,753 feet (839 m)
California Mount Whitney 14,505 feet (4,421 m)
Colorado Mount Elbert 14,440 feet (4,401 m)

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Where is the highest elevation in the United States?

Highest Points in The United States

State Highest Point Highest Elevation (feet)
Alaska Highest Point Mt. McKinley (Denali), AK 20,237
Arizona Highest Point Humphreys Peak, AZ 12,633
Arkansas Highest Point Magazine Mt., AR 2,753
California Highest Point Mt. Whitney, CA 14,494

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What is the average elevation of the US?

This is a list of United States states by alphabetical state. Elevation means the height of something above sea level. The highest point in the U.S. is Denali at 20,320 feet (6,194 m) above sea level.

What states are at sea level?

  • Alaska — Denali, 20,310 feet above sea level.
  • California — Mount Whitney, 14,505 feet above sea level.
  • Colorado — Mount Elbert, 14,440 feet above sea level.
  • Washington — Mount Rainier, 14,417 feet above sea level.
  • Wyoming — Gannett Peak, 13,809 feet above sea level.
  • Hawaii — Mauna Kea, 13,803 feet above sea level.

What is the highest altitude city in the world?

The highest capital in the world, before the domination of Tibet by China, was Lhasa, with an elevation of 12,087 feet above sea level. La Paz, the administrative and de facto capital of Bolivia, stands at an altitude of 11,913 feet above sea level.

Can you get altitude sickness in Park City?

Park City is at a higher altitude than many of our visitors are accustomed to, and some people may experience altitude sickness when traveling to our beautiful town and nearby ski resorts. It’s important to know what symptoms to look out for and how to avoid altitude sickness.

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