Highest roads of Lesotho

Highest roads of Lesotho

Located in southern Africa and completely surrounded by South Africa, Lesotho is a very mountainous country. It’s the only independent state in the world that lies entirely above 1,000 metres (3,281 feet) in elevation.

Highest mountain passes of Lesotho:

Mountain Pass Elevation Zone Surface
Mahlasela pass 3.278m (10,754ft) Maloti mountains Asphalt
Kotisephola pass 3.245m (10,646ft) Black Mountains Asphalt
Tlaeeng pass 3.225m (10,580ft) Oxbow-Mokhotlong Asphalt
Mafika Lisiu Pass 3.090m (10,137ft) Maloti mountains Asphalt
Menoaneng Pass 3.080m (9,967ft) Mokhotlong district Gravel
Matebeng Pass 2.960m (9,711ft) Thaba-Tseka-Qacha Gravel
Moteng pass (2) 2.901m (9,517ft) Maloti mountains Gravel
Mokhoabong pass 2.900m (9,514ft) Central highlands Asphalt
Sani Pass 2.876m (9,400ft) Thaba-Tseka Gravel
Moteng pass 2.820m (9,252ft) Maloti mountains Asphalt
A5 road 2.756m (9,041ft) Maseru District Asphalt
Baboons Pass 2.689m (8,822ft) Maseru District Gravel
Blue Mtn Pass 2.641m (8,664ft) Central highlands Asphalt
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