Posted by **Alisha** on Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 11:18am.

The highest point on a trail, a pass with elevation of 1116 m, can be attained by climbing a 3.20 mile route from a waterfall, elevation of 60 m.

The elevation gain from the waterfall to the pass is ___ feet.

Do I just subtract 1116 - 60 = 1056 m and convert to feet? What is the significance of the 3.20 mile route?

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