|Elevation||1,829 m (6,001 ft)|
The Shere Hills are a range of undulating hills and rock formations on the Jos Plateau, situated about 10 kilometres to the East of Jos metropolis, the capital of Plateau State in the middle belt region of Nigeria.
The Shere Hills have numerous high peaks, with the highest peak reaching a height of about 1,829 metres or 6,001 feet above sea level, the Shere Hills are the highest point of the Jos Plateau and they form the third highest point in Nigeria after Chappal Waddi on the Mambilla Plateau averaging about 2,419 metres or 7,936 feet above sea level and Mount Dimlang (Vogel peak) on the Shebshi Mountains reaching a height of about 2,042 metres or 6,699 feet above sea level.
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