Highest roads of Namibia

Highest roads of Namibia

Located in southern Africa on the Atlantic coast the dry lands of Namibia have an average elevation of 1,080 meters (3,543 feet). The parts of the country which are not flat are often covered by mountains and hills. If you are into 4x4 adventures, Namibia has some beautiful mountain passes just for you.

Highest mountain passes of Namibia: 

Mountain pass Elevation Surface
Gamsberg Pass 2.347m (7,770 ft) Gravel
Kupferberg Pass 2.050m (6,725ft) Gravel
Us-Hoogte Pass 1.812m (5,944ft) Gravel
Spreetshoogte Pass 1.780m (5,839 ft) Gravel/Cobblestone
Bosua Pass 1.728m (5,669 ft) Gravel
Tsaris-Hoogte Pass 1.630 m (5,347ft) Gravel
Remhoogte Pass 1.556m (5,104 ft) Gravel
Otavi-Tsumeb Pass 1.478 m (4,849ft) Asphalt
Van Zyl's Pass 948m (3,110ft) Gravel
Kuiseb Pass 905m (2,969ft) Gravel

Pic: Jo-Ann de Smit

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