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Africa Country High Points

Showing Paul Barish's most recent ascent dates for climbed peaks (1 out of 64, or 1.56%)

RankCountryPeak Elev-M Range (Level 2)Ascent Date
7.MoroccoJebel Toubkal4167Atlas Mountains 
43.TunisiaJebel Chambi1544Atlas Mountains 
1.TanzaniaKilimanjaro5895East Africa Mountains2013-01-07
2.KenyaMount Kenya5199East Africa Mountains 
3.Congo DRCMount Stanley5109East Africa Mountains 
3.UgandaMount Stanley5109East Africa Mountains 
6.RwandaVolcan Karisimbi4519East Africa Mountains 
13.South SudanKinyeti3187East Africa Mountains 
23.BurundiMont Heha2670East Africa Mountains 
5.EthiopiaRas Dashen4550Ethiopian Highlands 
16.EritreaSoira3018Ethiopian Highlands 
27.SomaliaShimbiris2460Ethiopian Highlands 
37.DjiboutiMoussa Ali2021Ethiopian Highlands 
14.ReunionPiton des Neiges3071Indian Ocean Islands 
20.MadagascarMaromokotro2876Indian Ocean Islands 
22.Heard and McDonald IslandsBig Ben2745Indian Ocean Islands 
30.ComorosKartala2361Indian Ocean Islands 
40.French Southern LandsGrand Ross1850Indian Ocean Islands 
52.SeychellesMorne Seychellois905Indian Ocean Islands 
54.MauritiusPetite Rivière Noire Peak828Indian Ocean Islands 
57.MayotteMlima Bénara660Indian Ocean Islands 
62.Cocos IslandsCocos Islands High Point11Indian Ocean Islands 
63.British Indian Ocean TerritoryDiego Garcia High Point7Indian Ocean Islands 
64.MaldivesWilingili Island High Point3Indian Ocean Islands 
9.SpainPico de Teide3718Mid-Atlantic Islands 
21.Cape VerdePico de Cano2829Mid-Atlantic Islands 
31.PortugalMontanha do Pico2351Mid-Atlantic Islands 
34.Saint HelenaQueen Mary's Peak2060Mid-Atlantic Islands 
55.Bouvet IslandOlavtoppen780Mid-Atlantic Islands 
12.ChadEmi Koussi3445Sahara Desert Ranges 
15.SudanJabal Marrah3042Sahara Desert Ranges 
19.AlgeriaTahat2908Sahara Desert Ranges 
33.LibyaPic Bette2266Sahara Desert Ranges 
36.NigerMont Bagzane2022Sahara Desert Ranges 
51.MauritaniaKdeyyat ej Joul915Sahara Desert Ranges 
10.LesothoThabana Ntlenyana3482Southern Africa 
11.South AfricaMafadi3451Southern Africa 
18.MalawiSapitwa Peak3002Southern Africa 
24.AngolaMoro de Môco2620Southern Africa 
25.ZimbabweInyangani2592Southern Africa 
26.NamibiaBrandberg2573Southern Africa 
28.MozambiqueMount Binga2436Southern Africa 
32.ZambiaMafinga Central2339Southern Africa 
39.SwazilandEmlembe1862Southern Africa 
44.BotswanaMonalanong Hill1494Southern Africa 
8.CameroonMount Cameroon4040West Africa Mountains 
17.Equatorial GuineaPico de Santa Isabel3008West Africa Mountains 
29.NigeriaChappal Wadi2419West Africa Mountains 
35.Sao Tome and PrincipePico de São Tomé2024West Africa Mountains 
38.Sierra LeoneLoma Mansa1945West Africa Mountains 
41.Ivory CoastMont Richard-Molard1752West Africa Mountains 
41.GuineaMont Richard-Molard1752West Africa Mountains 
45.LiberiaMount Wuteve1420West Africa Mountains 
46.Central African RepublicMont Ngaoui1410West Africa Mountains 
47.MaliHombori Tondo1155West Africa Mountains 
48.GabonMont Bengoué1070West Africa Mountains 
49.Congo RepublicMont Nabeba1020West Africa Mountains 
50.TogoMont Agou986West Africa Mountains 
53.GhanaMount Afadjoto885West Africa Mountains 
56.Burkina FasoTéna Kourou747West Africa Mountains 
58.BeninMont Sokbaro658West Africa Mountains 
59.SenegalSenegal High Point638West Africa Mountains 
60.Guinea-BissauGuinea-Bissau High Point262West Africa Mountains 
61.GambiaRed Rock53West Africa Mountains 

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List Description

Africa, as defined by the Peakbagger.com Range Classification Scheme, includes all the mid-oceanic islands of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. That is why you see the high points of countries like Spain and Portugal (located on the Canary Islands and Azores, respectively) on a list of African countries. Also note that the high point of Egypt is geographically in Asia, so is not on the list.

In recent years some intrepid adventurers have been making good progress on completing this list. Very few of these summits offer much in the way of mountaineering challenge, but are still very diffciult to get to--a classic peakbagging pursuit.

 


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