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Question 1: Northwest Face of Half Dome, near ________; 1,340 m (4,400 ft) total, vertical portion about 610 m (2,000 ft)
Salathé Wall (El Capitan)The Nose (El Capitan)El CapitanYosemite Valley

Question 2: Karbonkelberg, Western Cape, South Africa, 653 m above Hout Bay, ________
Arctic OceanAtlantic OceanIndian OceanPacific Ocean

Question 3: Cliffs are usually formed by rock that is resistant to ________ and weathering.
DuneMouth barRiver deltaErosion

Question 4: Faces of the Torres del Paine group, Patagonia, ________
FranceArgentinaChilePhilippines

Question 5: In areas of higher moisture, a ________ slope may obscure the talus.
LandslideClaySoilWater well

Question 6: Giewont (north face), Tatra Mountains, ________, 852 m above Polana Strążyska glade
HungaryPolandGreeceGermany

Question 7: Cliffs of Moher, Ireland, 217 m above ________
Indian OceanArctic OceanAtlantic OceanPacific Ocean

Question 8: All faces of Cerro Chalten (Fitz Roy), Patagonia, ________-Chile
Buenos AiresBrazilUruguayArgentina

Question 9: Mitre Peak, New Zealand, 1683 m above ________
FiordlandSouth IslandHomer TunnelMilford Sound

Question 10: Several big granite faces in the ________ regions vie for the title of 'highest purely vertical drop on Earth', but reliable measurements are not always available.
ArcticNorth American ArcticDesertAntarctica
















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