The elevation map of Czech Republic demonstrates a diverse terrain with a variety of natural features. It includes mountains, hills, valleys, rivers, and lakes.
The mountain ranges of Czech Republic such as the Krkonoše, Šumava, and the Jeseníky are the highest points, and contain a multitude of hiking and skiing trails.
The hills, known as the Czech-Moravian Highlands, are characterized by rolling terrain with beautiful meadows, crops, and forests.
The country's many rivers and lakes, such as the Elbe River and Lake Lipno, offer stunning views against the hilly and mountainous backdrop of the country.
The highest point in Czech Republic is Sněžka, standing at an elevation of 1,603 meters with its peak located at the shared border of the Czech Republic and Poland.
The lowest point in Czech Republic is Hřensko, at an elevation of 115 meters above sea level. It is located where the Elbe river exits Czech Republic towards Germany.
See here a list of 10 cities in Czech Republic and their elevation above sea level.