Tajikistan's elevation map is characterized by high peaks and deep valleys, making it one of the most mountainous countries in the world.
The Pamir Mountains, which stretch across Tajikistan's southeast corner, contain some of the highest peaks in Central Asia, with elevations exceeding 7,000 meters.
The Fann Mountains, located in the northwest, offer a softer landscape with lower peaks and more accessible trekking routes.
Tajikistan's rivers, including the Vakhsh and the Panj, flow through deep gorges, creating dramatic landscapes with steep cliffs and cascading waterfalls.
The highest point in Tajikistan is Peak Ismoil Somoni, formerly known as Peak Communism. It stands at an elevation of 7,495 meters (24,590 feet) and is part of the Pamir Mountains.
The lowest point in Tajikistan is at the Syr Darya river, with an elevation of approximately 300 meters (984 feet) above sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Tajikistan and their elevation above sea level.