|Elevation||2,419 m (7,936 ft) |
|Listing||Country high point|
|Location||Nigeria / Cameroon|
Chappal Waddi is a hill in Nigeria and, at 2,419 meters, is the country's highest point. It is located in Taraba State, near the border with Cameroon, in the Gashaka Gumti Forest Reserve and (Gashaka-Gumpti National Park) on the Mambilla Plateau. it is a part of the Bamenda-Adamawa-Mandara Mountain chain of Nigeria and Cameroon. Chappal Wadi is cited as the highest point in sub-Saharan Africa West Africa.
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