By all accounts(see the link below for the fairy tales), Jack’s beanstalk went well into the clouds. In some, the beanstalk climbed up the side of a cliff before disappearing into the clouds. The lowest level of clouds (that aren’t fog, of course) fall just below the 6500 feet (2000meters) mark as far as elevation from the ground. The clouds here are made of mostly water droplets that can freeze if it gets cold enough. Seeing as the clouds are up that high, I’d say Jack’s beanstalk was at least 6500feet tall.
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