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Iowa, United States (41.92167 -93.31227)
Iowa is generally not flat; most of the state consists of rolling hills. Iowa can be divided into eight landforms based on glaciation, soils, topography, and river drainage. Loess hills lie along the western border of the state, some of which are several hundred feet thick. Northeast Iowa along the Upper Mississippi River is part of the Driftless Area, consisting of steep hills and valleys which appear almost mountainous.
Saint Anthony, St. Anthony, Marshall County, Iowa, 50239, United States (42.12364 -93.19735)
Coordinates: 42.10364 -93.21735 42.14364 -93.17735 - Minimum elevation: 286 m - Maximum elevation: 345 m - Average elevation: 316 m
Middle Raccoon River, Rolling Hills, Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa, 51401, United States (42.05160 -94.86580)
Coordinates: 42.04993 -94.86886 42.05268 -94.86107 - Minimum elevation: 369 m - Maximum elevation: 421 m - Average elevation: 390 m