Located in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, Romania is a pretty mountainous country. There are 12 peaks over 2,500 m in the country. Its natural landscape is almost evenly distributed between mountains (31%), hills (33%), and plains (36%).
List of highest mountain passes of Romania:
|Pasul Urdele||2.145 m (7,037ft)||Southern Carpathians||Asphalt|
|Pasul Bâlea||2.042 m (6,699 ft)||Southern Carpathians||Asphalt|
|Harghita-Mădăraș||1.650 m (5413ft)||Eastern Carpathians||Asphalt|
|Pasul Vilcan||1.621 m (5318ft)||Jiu valley||Gravel|
|Pasul Prislop||1.416 m (4,646 ft)||Eastern Carpathians||Asphalt|
|Tihuţa Pass||1.201 m (3,940 ft)||Bârgău Mountains||Asphalt|