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List of mountains of Sri Lanka

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List of mountains of Sri Lanka

The following page lists most mountains in Sri Lanka that are over 1,500 m (4,900 ft) above mean sea level.

List of mountains

Radio equipment at the summit of Pidurutalagala, the highest mountain peak at 2,524 m (8,281 ft) AMSL.
Kirigalpoththa, the second highest mountain peak at 2,388 m (7,835 ft) AMSL.
Rank Mountain Location Summit District Ref
1 Pidurutalagala 2,524 m (8,281 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1][2]
2 Kirigalpoththa 2,388 m (7,835 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1][3]
3 Thotupola Kanda 2,357 m (7,733 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1]
4 Adam's Peak 2,300 m (7,546 ft) Ratnapura [1]
5 Kikiliamana   2,237 m (7,339 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1]
6 Great Western Mountain 2,212 m (7,257 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1]
7 Hakgala 2,169 m (7,116 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1]
8 Conical Hill   2,165 m (7,103 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1]
9 One Tree Hill   2,100 m (6,890 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1]
10 Mahakudagala   2,096 m (6,877 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1]
11 Waterfall Point   2,073 m (6,801 ft) Nuwara Eliya [1]
12 Namunukula 2,035 m (6,677 ft) Badulla [1]
13 Gommolli Kanda   2,034 m (6,673 ft) Badulla [1]
14 Knuckles 1,862 m (6,109 ft) Kandy [1]
15 Kotagala   1,752 m (5,748 ft) Kandy/Nuwara Eliya [1]
16 Alagalla Mountain Range   1,148 m (3,766 ft) Kandy/Kandy [4]

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Highest mountains in Sri Lanka". Retrieved 2010-04-19. 
  2. ^ "Pidurutalagala". Retrieved 2010-04-19. 
  3. ^ "Mount Kirigalpotta". Retrieved 2010-04-19. 
  4. ^
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