Which is the smallest peak in the world?
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- eAnswers...Apr 14, 2013
I believe "Mount Wycheproof" is the smallest peak in the world. It is located in the small town of Wycheproof, in Australia.It's height is 43 metres (141 ft).
- AnonymApr 14, 2013
Mount Wycheproof is a granite outcrop, formed thousands of years ago. Located in a flat grassland area, the rounded terrain of Mount Wycheproof is consistent with that of the surrounding area. Sharing several similarities to nearby Pyramid Hill, Mount Wycheproof is part of the low lying Terrick Terrick range. The mountain rises to a height of 148 metres (486 ft) above sea level or only 43 metres (141 ft) above the surrounding plains, making it the smallest registered mountain in the world. The mountain is characterised by a rocky, conical peak, common in the western areas of Victoria. Phosphate materials are relatively rare in Victoria, yet the Wycheproof area is known to have its own unique mineral, known as Wycheproofite. Wycheproofite can be characterised by its pinkish colour and its transparency.
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