This is a topographic map of the U.S. state of Texas, featuring its various landforms.
The Lone Star State has a total land area of 268,597 square miles (695,662 square kilometers), as noted by Britannica. It added that the state’s north and south borders stretch 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers); the same measurement goes for its west to east borders.
The 28th state’s highest point is the Guadalupe Peak, part of its namesake mountain range. It peaks at 8,749 feet (2,667 meters) and is located in the state’s western region near the border with New Mexico.
See how much fun you can do in good ol’ Texas through these guides:
- Official Guide to Texas State Parks and Historic Sites: New Edition
- Hiking Texas: A Guide to the State’s Greatest Hiking Adventures
- Moon Texas: Getaway Ideas, Road Trips, BBQ & Tex-Mex
- Texas Road & Recreation Atlas (Benchmark Recreation Atlases)
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