Highest roads of South Africa

Highest roads of South Africa

Located on the southernmost tip of the African continent, South Africa is one of the most geographically varied countries of the continent. The mountain ranges of the country are some of the oldest and most beautiful in the world, and several of the highest peaks have snow in the Southern hemisphere winter season.

Highest mountain roads of South Africa:   

Road Elevation Province
Ben Macdhui pass 2.995m (9,826ft) Eastern Cape
Sani Pass 2,876m (9,400ft) Kwa Zulu-Natal
Tiffindell Resort 2.780m (9,120ft) Eastern Cape
Tenahead Lodge Road 2.674m (8,772ft) Eastern Cape
Naude's Neck Pass 2.592m (8,503ft) Eastern Cape
Volunteershoek Pass 2.567m (8,421ft) Eastern Cape
Carlisleshoek Pass 2.563m (8,408ft) Eastern Cape
Sentinel Peak 2.545m (8,349ft) Free State/KwaZulu-Natal
Ongeluks Nek Pass 2.541m (8,336ft) Eastern Cape

Pic: Yusuff Lockhat

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