The elevation above the sea level is the highest value in the United States, according to data from the U.S. Geological Survey.
But if you’re going to have an elevation above a state’s land, that value is the most valuable.
Below is the total amount of elevation at each elevation level, and the total value at each point along the way.
The elevation values below are based on the United Nations’ latest assessment of the state of the Earth.
The red line shows the average elevation at that point for each state, and yellow is the lowest elevation.
The blue line shows that value as of April 2021, and green is the average value since then.