Driving the 19 highest paved roads of the Alps

The Alps are a mountain system located in south-central Europe, to the immediate north of the Mediterranean Sea. They extend for almost 700 miles in a crescent shape from the coastline of southern France (near Monaco) into Switzerland, then through northern Italy and into Austria, and down through Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro - then ending in Albania on the rugged coastline of the Adriatic Sea.

Highest paved roads of the Alps

The highest point is Mont Blanc at 15,771 ft. (4,807m). The mountains were formed over hundreds of millions of years as the African and Eurasian tectonic plates collided. Join us on this expedition, delving into the engineering marvels that navigate the highest reaches of the Alps.

What are the Highest Paved Roads of the Alps?

Mountain pass Country Elevation From To
Cime de la Bonette F 2802m Jausiers St.-Étienne-de-Tinée
Col de l'Iseran F 2770m Val d'Isere Lanslebourg
Passo dello Stelvio I 2757m Schluderns/Sluderno Bormio
Colle dell'Agnello F/I 2746m Molines-En-Queyras Chianale
Col de la Bonette F 2715m Jausiers St.-Étienne-de-Tinée
Col de Restefond F 2692m Jausiers St.-Étienne-de-Tinée
Faux Col de Restefond F 2656m Jausiers St.-Étienne-de-Tinée
Col de Parpaillon F 2645m Condamine Châtelard Embrun
Passo di Gavia I 2627m Bórmio Ponte di Legno
Col du Galibier F 2556m Valloire Col du Lautaret
Umbrailpass  CH/I 2506m Santa Maria Bormio
Großglocknerstraße A 2505m Bruck/Glocknerstraße Heiligenblut
Timmelsjoch A/I 2479m Obergurgl St. Leonhard/Passeiertal 
Colle dei Morti I 2480m Colle Valcavera Colle d'Esischie
Nufenenpass CH 2478m Airolo Ulrichen
Grand St. Bernard CH/I 2469m Martigny Aosta
Col de la Moutière F 2454m Jausiers St-Étienne-de-Tinée
Nockalmhöhenstraße A 2440m Innerkrems Ebene Reichenau
Furkapass CH 2431m Hospental Ulrichen