Summit

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The summit of Mount Everest. The summit is 8,800 metres high (29,000 ft).

The summit is the top of a mountain or hill. In geography, the elevation of mountains is measured. The elevation is the difference in height between sea level and the top of a mountain or hill. A peak is a pointed mountain, though not always.