Mountains in Ghana
Ghana is home to the highest mountain range in West Africa, the Atewa Range. This range includes three peaks: Mount Dzebobo, Mount Afadjato, and Mount Kwakuafim. Mount Afadjato is the highest peak in the Atewa Range, rising to an elevation of 885 meters (2,904 feet). It is a popular tourist destination for hiking and camping. The other two peaks in the Atewa Range are not as high but offer beautiful views of the surrounding area. Mount Dzebobo is 782 meters (2,567 feet) tall, and Mount Kwakuafim is 772 meters (2,532 feet) tall. Along with the Atewa Range, Ghana is also home to the Gambaga Escarpment, which is located in the northern region of the country and rises up to 1,070 meters (3,510 feet). This escarpment offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape.