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How high is Black Mesa?

Last Updated: 3rd May, 2020

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1,739 m

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Similarly, you may ask, what is the highest point in Oklahoma?

Black Mesa

Subsequently, question is, where is the Black Mesa? Black Mesa is the highest point in Oklahoma at 4,973 feet above sea level. Black Mesa Nature Preserve is located in Oklahoma's panhandle along the tri-state border with Colorado and New Mexico. Black Mesa takes its name from the layer of black lava rock that coated the mesa about 30 million years ago.

Also to know, how long is the Black Mesa Trail?

4.2 miles

How was Black Mesa formed?

Mesa Formed by a Lava Flow Black Mesa is a dark basalt-capped mesa that was the bottom of a valley over two million years ago. Lava from volcanic vents to the northwest in Colorado on today's Mesa de Maya spewed out in massive flows, running down the valley floor before solidifying into today's basalt.

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