• It is Denver, Colorado..
  • cheyenne
  • Denver, Colorado it is the milehigh city.
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Santa Fe is the highest capital city in the United States at 7,000 feet above sea level. Denver, Colorado is only 5280 feet.
  • Actually it's Santa Fe, NM followed by Cheyenne, WY. Denver, "The mile High City" is a distant third. Santa Fe, NM (6,348 ft.); Cheyenne, WY (6,062 ft.); Denver, CO (5,280 ft.)
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • Santa Fe, New Mexico, is somewhere between 6,500 - 8,000 feet depending what part you're in (the Northern part is near Taos, which is at 10,000 feet). It is a good 1,500 feet easy above Denver, a little above Cheyenne and a very difficult place to drink heavily if you're not used to the altitude.
  • On the program, "Millionaire," on August 8, 2008, the answer was Cheyenne.
  • Cheyenne Wyoming. Not Santa Fe. Not Denver.
  • Sante Fe, NM
  • I lived in Flagstaff, AZ which was 7200-7400 ft above sea level. soo that would be the #1 highest city, that i know of.
  • Santa Fe New Mexico is the clear winner. Elevations: Santa Fe = 6995 feet Cheyenne Wyoming = 6089 feet Denver Colorado = 5280 feet,_New_Mexico also states very clearly that Santa Fe is the highest capital city in the nation.
  • Santa Fe is located at 7,000 feet (2134 m) above sea level, making it the highest state capital in the United States. The highest state capitals are:[6] 1 - Santa Fe, New Mexico – 7,199 ft (2134 m) right through the center of the Capitol building 2- Cheyenne, Wyoming – 6,062 ft (1,848 m) 3- Denver, Colorado – 5,280 ft (1,609.3 m) 4- Carson City, Nevada – 4,802 ft (1,463 m) 5- Salt Lake City, Utah – 4,226 ft (1,288 m) 6- Helena, Montana – 4,058 ft (1,237 m)

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