Norway has varied topography, with a mix of mountains, plateaus, glaciers, and coastline.
The vast majority of Norway's landmass is made up of highlands, with elevations ranging from 300 to 800 meters above sea level.
In the central and eastern parts of the country, the highlands rise to form plateaus and mountains with peaks over 2,000 meters.
The western coastline of Norway is rugged and fjord-indented, with steep mountains plunging directly into the sea.
Galdhøpiggen is Norway's highest peak, standing at 2,469 meters above sea level. It is located in the Jotunheimen mountain range in central Norway.
Norway's lowest point is the shoreline of the Arctic Ocean, which is at sea level.
Norway's topography is similar to other Scandinavian countries, such as Sweden and Finland. The three countries share a common geological history and are characterized by a large number of lakes, mountains, and glaciers.
See here a list of 10 cities in Norway and their elevation above sea level.