Armenia is a very mountainous country, almost totally covered by the Lesser (or Little) Caucasus Mountains.
The highest point is Mt. Aragats at 13,418 ft. (4,090m).
Rivers flow fast down through the mountains, and although much of Armenia's land remains at or above 6,562 ft (2,000 m) at least 3% form the valleys of the Araks and Debet rivers.
Lake Sevan is the largest lake and it sits 6,000 ft, (2,000 m) above sea level. Significant rivers include the Aras, Debet and Razdan.