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Highest Cities in the USA

Name the cities in the United States with a metro population of at least 100,000 and an elevation above 2,000 ft.
  • 2013 Census estimates - MSA area
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Jul 12, 2017
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Elevation
Population
City
7260 ft.
148,651
6910 ft.
140,908
6035 ft.
712,327
5395 ft.
115,079
5368 ft.
225,562
5340 ft.
322,226
5312 ft.
909,906
5280 ft.
2,853,077
5003 ft.
339,993
4705 ft.
142,572
4692 ft.
165,123
4658 ft.
294,932
4593 ft.
150,083
4551 ft.
603,309
4534 ft.
136,159
4505 ft.
457,667
4300 ft.
654,417
4226 ft.
1,186,187
Elevation
Population
City
4000 ft.
214,207
3740 ft.
841,971
3623 ft.
181,307
3605 ft.
263,342
3209 ft.
116,130
3202 ft.
314,840
3202 ft.
145,661
3123 ft.
169,728
2900 ft.
157,462
2860 ft.
160,245
2782 ft.
168,288
2730 ft.
691,423
2389 ft.
1,016,206
2188 ft.
154,311
2134 ft.
452,319
2080 ft.
182,876
2001 ft.
2,155,664
Answer Stats
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level 22
Jan 9, 2012
thanks for updating
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level 33
Jan 9, 2012
This is tough--and Blacksburg, VA (VA Tech!) is a real surprise!
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level 17
Sep 2, 2012
which Bend are you talking about?
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level 34
Jan 6, 2013
Oregon
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level 62
Apr 13, 2013
I live in Prescott, AZ. Population is only 39,984 - Jul 2011 Source: U.S. Census Bureau
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level 70
Aug 6, 2013
"metro area"
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level 62
Dec 28, 2013
There are about 40,000 people in the city of Prescott and about 40,000 in Prescott Valley, the two largest cities in the "metro area." Chino Valley, the third largest city in the area has 11,000 people. I'd like to know where the other 100,000 people live.
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level 76
Apr 11, 2014
@jma - the cutoff for the quiz is 100,000 people. Even using your numbers, that only leaves 9,000 people unaccounted for, most of whom live in the unincorporated county areas. Total population of the metro area (as of 2010) was just over 103K.
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level 68
Nov 22, 2016
The quiz says there are over 200,000 people in the metro area.
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level 62
Oct 9, 2014
I'm questioning the population given in this quiz. It states that Prescott, AZ has a population of 215,133 and that is a lot more than 100,00. I'm not arguing that the "metro area" is close to 100,000.
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Jul 12, 2017
The census bureau is reporting fake populations. The people demand the truth!
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level 34
Jul 22, 2013
I can't believe i forgot Asheville -_-
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level 66
Nov 14, 2013
Really cool quiz. Definitely makes you think.
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level 27
May 13, 2014
Only 40% of people know Santa Fe is the highest city in the US? Must be because most people think New Mexico is a foreign country. ;-)
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level 50
Dec 7, 2017
I lived in Las Vegas, New Mexico and I never knew Santa Fe was the highest city. I bet most people don't know that Las Vegas, New Mexico is the original Las Vegas (if they've even heard of Las Vegas, New Mexico).
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level 72
May 28, 2014
Thanks to recent legislation, Denver makes this list no matter what definition of "highest" you choose to use.
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level 71
Oct 9, 2014
I got Flagstaff, but had no idea it was up that high.
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level 72
Oct 9, 2014
Ft. Wayne, Ft. Myers, Ft. Apache...Collins just would not come to me, and we just drove through there a few weeks ago. I think mice are chewing holes in my brain when I'm asleep.
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level 71
Oct 9, 2014
"It's no surprise that many of these cities are in Colorado"- is that a remark on the legal status of marijuana in the state?
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level 67
Mar 24, 2015
Way to ruin the joke...
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level 4
Oct 10, 2014
Well, Nogales, Arizona (border with Nogales, Sonora) is 3800 or so. Pretty good-sized population as well.
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level 56
Jan 6, 2015
I got all the ones I've heard of including Bend. Very tough!
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level 68
Oct 26, 2016
I loathe the day when there actually are 200K+ people in Greeley, CO. There are too many now. GET OUT OF COLORADO.
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level 66
Nov 11, 2016
Well, it's "metro area", so who knows what all is being counted? What I am really trying to figure out though, is how Boulder even supposedly *has* a "metro area". Broomfield is its own county, so that can't count. No way could you include Longmont. All I can imagine is Louisville, Lafayette, Ned, Niwot, Jamestown, and Lyons, and there's no way those TRIPLE the population. I'm guessing that the whole 36 corridor is being included in BOTH Denver's *and* Boulder's count. In fact, Boulder itself is usually included as part of metro Denver, much to the eternal chagrin of us Boulderites.
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Jul 12, 2017
Closer to 300k in the Greeley metro now.
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level 48
Mar 20, 2017
spokane?
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Jul 12, 2017
1,843 ft
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level 17
Jun 10, 2017
i got colorado springs and denver. that is it.
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level 60
Dec 7, 2017
pretty difficult for a non american. I only manage to get 10 (not too bad for a French) , which were obviously the biggest ones...
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level 71
Dec 7, 2017
Didn't know there were that many people in Blacksburg
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level 27
Dec 7, 2017
12 right and I get 4 points this is very weird
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