If you were traveling from Colorado to Mississippi your elevation would be increasing.
It would decrease.
It is downhill all the way.
Decreasing because the lowest elevation in Mississippi is 806 feet above sea level. The lowest elevation in Colorado is 3,315 feet above sea level.
Since the southern part of the country is a lower altitude, the elevation from Colorado to Mississippi would decline (decrease).
It would be decreasing because alabama is located on a slope. Therefore, u would be trveling donward.
Increasing -- the highest elevation in Mississippi is 806 feet, and the lowest elevation in Colorado is 3350 feet.
It would be decreasing.
From Colorado to Mississippi is downhill all the way.
Decreasing, since Colorado's lowest elevation point is 3,316 feet (1011 meters) above sea level while Mississippi's lowest point is literally at sea level
It is an down-hill hike all the way.
No, it is downhill all the way.
Yes, it is downhill all the way.
It would decline. It would be downhill all the way.
It would be downhill all the way.
Only about 30 miles but you are traveling up, up, up..... about 2500 ft difference in elevation
Colorado is in the Rocky Mountains. Even the highest elevations in Mississippi come nowhere close to he heights of the Rockies.
The elevation of the Colorado plateau is 5,000 to 11,000 feet.
The elevation of the Colorado river is 541ft
Elevation of Bennett, Colorado is 5,485 feet (1,672 meters)