Bhutan has diverse and rugged topography with elevations ranging from 97 meters to 7,570 meters above sea level.
The country's topography is dominated by the Himalayas that run along its northern border with China.
The higher elevations are snow-covered all year round while the lower ones have subtropical and alpine climates, supporting varied flora and fauna.
The topography of Bhutan offers opportunities for adventure activities such as trekking and mountaineering.
Gangkhar Puensum is the highest point in Bhutan, standing tall at 7,570 meters above sea level.
The lowest point in Bhutan is Drangme Chhu at 97 meters above sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Bhutan and their elevation above sea level.