How high is Mount Elbert, the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains?

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GEOGRAPHY QUESTION #889

How high is Mount Elbert, the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains?

4,399 metres

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The Rocky Mountains is a mountain range in western North America. The Rocky Mountains strech from Mexico through the US and Canada to Alaska. The highest peak is Mount Elbert located in Colorado. Mount Elbert is 4,399 metres high.

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