The topography of Atlanta is varied and ranges from relatively flat terrain to rolling hills. The highest elevation of the city is at Kennesaw Mountain, standing at 1,808 feet above sea level, while the average elevation is approximately 1000 feet. The minimum elevation can be found near the banks of the Chattahoochee River at around 750 feet. Atlanta’s environment provides a diverse range of natural features, from towering mountains and valleys to lush forests and rolling hills that stretch across its landscape. One distinctive feature of the area is Sweetwater Creek State Park, located just northwest of the city. With its rushing rapids over rocky shoals and deep gorges surrounded by vast tracts of hardwood forest, Sweetwater Creek offers an unparalleled outdoor experience for visitors. Our site provides a free online topographic map that allows users to explore Atlanta’s terrain in detail with designations for heights and other important attributes. On this interactive map users can view contour lines that illustrate varying elevations as well as watersheds and major highways that traverse through the region. Thanks to our topographic map it has never been easier to get an up-close look at Atlanta’s unique geography!