Elevated altitudes are generally considered the safest areas of the world.
But the altitude of the New Orleans area has sparked a backlash in some quarters.
Here’s how you can live in the New Orleanians Elevated Altitude Zone.
New Orleanian, New Orleans elevation is 7.5 feet (2 meters) above sea level.
You’re at the highest point of the city in the U.S. with an elevation of 8,100 feet (3,858 meters).
The city’s highest point is in New Orleans’ Bourbon Street, a three-mile (5.6 kilometers) stretch of white-sand beaches that’s popular with locals.
Here, you’ll find the famous French Quarter, the famed Metairie Gardens, the Grand Canal, the Mississippi River, the Statue of Liberty and more.
You can get a bit higher, too, by staying on the coast.
There, you can see the Statue, the French Quarter and the Mississippi.
And if you have to drive, the New O’Dell is one of the safest places in the country.
It’s a safe place to hike.
It’s the perfect place to go to work, school or even to hang out.
You can hike, swim, ski or bike there.
You don’t need a car.
And it’s not too far from the U’Laurent International Airport.
Here are some of the things you’ll need to know to live in a city with elevations of 7.8 to 9.0 feet (1.7 to 2.1 meters):What to do when you’re in New Orlandias Elevated Elevation ZoneWhat to bringIf you’re not sure what to bring to the city, here are some tips to help you survive in the city.
For a more in-depth look at elevations, check out our article about the New York City area.
Here is a map of the elevations in New York and New Orleans.