Colombia has a diverse topography that includes the Andean mountain range and two coastlines.
The Andean range is divided into three branches, with the highest peaks reaching over 5,000 meters. The eastern plains make up nearly half of Colombia's land area and are mostly flat with some low hills.
The Pacific coast has steep, rugged mountains that plunge into the sea, while the Caribbean coast is characterized by lowlands, including the northernmost point of South America, the La Guajira Peninsula.
The Colombian Amazon makes up a significant portion of the country's territory, with the terrain being mostly flat with some rolling hills.
The highest point in Colombia is Pico Cristóbal Colón, which rises 5,700 meters above sea level and is located in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains.
The lowest point in Colombia is the Pacific Ocean coast, which has an elevation of 0 meters at sea level.
Compared to neighboring countries like Ecuador and Peru, Colombia's highland areas are less extensive but still offer a great variety of landscapes, including volcanoes, snow-capped peaks, and deep river valleys.
See here a list of 10 cities in Colombia and their elevation above sea level.