20 Highest Mountains in the Continent of Africa

Africa is the continent with dry and green geography feature. Uganda, Congo, and Ethiopia are the countries consist many highest mountains. The Ruwenzori range located between the Congo and Uganda is the site for many highest mountains and they are just a few kilometer in distance and triangle together. The Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain or point in Africa at the height of 5,895 meters above sea level, located in Tanzania.

20. Jbel Toubkal

Elevation / Prominence: 4167 / 3755 meters

Location: Toubkal Atlas, Morocco

19. Bada

Elevation / Prominence: 4195 / 1605 meters

Location: Arsi Mountains, Ethiopia

18. Mount Abune Yosef

Elevation / Prominence: 4260 / 1909 meters

Location: Lasta Massif, Ethiopia

17. Amba Farit

Elevation / Prominence: 4270 / 2061 meters

Location: Kollo Massif, Ethiopia

16. Mount Elgon

Elevation / Prominence: 4321 / 2458 meters

Location: Mount Elgon, Uganda

15. Tullu Demtu

Elevation / Prominence: 4377 / 2527 meters

Location: Bale Mountains range, Ethiopia

14. Portal Peaks

Elevation / Prominence: 4391 / 565 meters

Location: Ruwenzori range, Uganda

13. Bwahit

Elevation / Prominence: 4437 / 810 meters

Location: Semien Mountains range, Ethiopia

12. Mikeno

Elevation / Prominence: 4437 / 1190 meters

Location: Semien Mountains range, Ethiopia

11. Kidis Yared

Elevation / Prominence: 4453 / 730 meters

Location: Semien Mountains range, Ethiopia

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