Forest Hills to Tenleytown Take Me Higher Topo Map

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It’s no Mount Everest. D.C.’s highest natural point is 409 feet, just a tad below Everest’s 29,028 feet, the world’s highest peak above sea level. But lest anyone rush too soon to explore this natural wonder off busy Wisconsin Avenue NW, begin instead in a ritzy residential corner of D.C. known as Forest Hills.
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