Falkland Islands is a sparsely populated archipelago consisting of two main islands and several smaller ones
The terrain is mostly hilly and rugged with cliffs and mountains dominating the archipelago
The highest peaks are found in West Falkland with Mount Adam standing at an elevation of 700 meters
Steep slopes and rocky outcrops are a common feature in many of the islands with several deep bays and fjords providing sheltered waters
The highest point in Falkland Islands is Mount Adam, which stands at an elevation of 700 meters above sea level.
The lowest point in Falkland Islands is the Atlantic ocean, which surrounds the entire archipelago and has an elevation of 0 meters.
See here a list of 10 cities in Falkland Islands and their elevation above sea level.