Mali is a landlocked country in West Africa, with an average elevation of 343 meters above sea level.
The country is dominated by the Sahara desert and Sahelian zone in the north, while the south is characterized by savannas and floodplains.
The elevation of Mali varies greatly throughout the country, with some areas rising to more than 1,000 meters above sea level and others falling below 200 meters.
The topography of Mali is essential to its climate, economy, culture, and biodiversity.
The highest point in Mali is Hombori Tondo, which rises to 1,155 meters above sea level.
The lowest point in Mali is the Senegal River, which flows at 23 meters below sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Mali and their elevation above sea level.