- skeptikLv 71 month ago
The spine of mountains that extends from Alaska all the way to the ends of Chile and Argentina goes through Mexico as well. There are some very high mountains in Mexico, as well as places along the spine where even the lowlands are as high as in much of the Rockies.
The highest peak in Mexico is over 18,000 feet.
There are even about a dozen glaciers in Mexico, where the snow doesn't melt away in the summer. Though they may disappear in the next few years.
- JimLv 71 month ago
Yes, at higher altitudes, lots