List of U.S. states and territories by elevation
List of U.S. states by elevationlowest pointhighest pointU.S. state high point50 Highest Points in all 50 US Stateshighest elevationhighest in average elevationhighest mean elevationshighest natural pointshighest point in each of the 50 US states
The elevation of the U.S. states, the federal district, and the territories may be described in several ways.wikipedia
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FLState of FloridaFloridian
California contains the Badwater Basin in Death Valley, at 85 m below sea level, the lowest point in the United States; while Florida has the lowest high point, and Delaware has the lowest mean elevation.
Florida has the lowest high point of any U.S. state.
San LuisSan Luis, AZ
The lowest point in Arizona is located on the Colorado River in San Luis, where it flows out of Arizona and into Sonora.
Mauna Kea, HawaiiMauna Kea (Hawai'i)a 13,796' dormant volcano
Its peak is 4207.3 m above sea level, making it the highest point in the state of Hawaii.
Britton Hill is the lowest state highpoint in the United States, 103 ft lower than the next lowest highpoint, Ebright Azimuth in Delaware.
Mount CheahaMount Cheaha, AlabamaCheaha State Park
Humphrey's PeakMount San Francisco (Humphreys Peak)San Francisco Peak
Mount McKinleyMt. McKinleyMount Denali
For instance, Alaska could be regarded as the highest state because Denali, at 6190.5 m, is the highest point in the United States.
Mt. ElbertElbert MassifElbert Peak
Mt. WhitneyMt Whitneytallest mountain in the contiguous United States
A.H. Marshall was the first person to successfully climb each U.S. state highpoint.
Fort RenoFort Pennsylvania
Brasstown Bald, Georgia
Borah Peak: 1983 earthquake
Among the highest natural points (highpoints) in each U.S. state, Eagle Mountain ranks 37th.
Hoye CrestHoye, Maryland