A person in the United States is anywhere between 282 feet below sea level in Death Valley, Calif., and 20,320 feet above sea level in Mount McKinley, Alaska. MySeaLevel.com allows visitors to enter a ZIP code or physica... More »

Height above sea level depends entirely on location. The lowest non-oceanic, nonsubterranean point on the Earth is on the shore of the Dead Sea, which is 1,391 feet below sea level; the highest point on the planet is at ... More »

Elevation above sea level, or altitude, is the distance of a location above sea level. Sea level is calculated as an average level for one or more oceans. More »

The south-central Alaska peak of Mount McKinley rises 20,320 feet above sea level. It is the tallest mountain on the North American continent and one of the highest in the world. More »

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The tallest mountain in the United States is Alaska's Mount McKinley, at 20,320 feet. Alaska claims 11 of the tallest peaks in the United States. Located in the Alaska ranges of the Saint Elias mountains and the Wrangell... More »

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The lowest point in North America is Death Valley, which is located at 282 feet below sea level. Death Valley is located in eastern California and is part of Death Valley National Park. More »

Elevation above sea level, or altitude, is the distance of a location above sea level. Sea level is calculated as an average level for one or more oceans. More »