Top 9 Highest Mountains in Africa

Mount Kilimanjaro: The tallest mountain in Africa, standing at 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) above sea level in Tanzania.

Mount Kenya: Second highest, with its highest peak, Batian, reaching 5,199 meters (17,057 feet) in Kenya.

Ras Dashen: Part of the Simien Mountains, Ras Dashen is Ethiopia's highest peak at 4,550 meters (14,928 feet).

Mount Elgon: Straddling the border of Kenya and Uganda, its highest peak, Wagagai, reaches 4,321 meters (14,177 feet).

Mount Meru: Found in Tanzania, it is the fifth highest mountain in Africa at 4,562 meters (14,968 feet).

Ruinsori Mountains: Mount Stanley's highest peak, Margherita, reaches 5,109 meters (16,763 feet), located in Uganda.

Drakensberg Mountains: The highest point, Mafadi, stands at 3,450 meters (11,319 feet) in South Africa.

Atlas Mountains: The highest peak, Toubkal, reaches 4,167 meters (13,671 feet) in Morocco.

Hoggar Mountains: Mount Tahat, the highest peak in Algeria, stands at 2,918 meters (9,573 feet).

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