California has the tallest mountain of the two, by just under a hundred feet. California’s Mount Whitney has an elevation of 14,505 feet, which beats Colorado’s Mount Elbert, with an elevation of 14,440 feet. However, after their two respective tallest mountains, the average elevation of Colorado’s next ten highest peaks is larger than that of California’s.
The tallest mountain in the lower 48 is Mt. Whitney, in California, though Colorado has the highest mountains on average.
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