Driving the 8 highest roads of Africa
It’s difficult so say where’s the African highest mountain pass. Some sources say they should be found either in Morocco, in the mountainous East Africa or in South Africa/Lesotho. But some of these areas are still not well developed and is hard to obtain reliable information about the condition and elevation of mountain roads there.
Highest mountain roads of Africa:
|Mount Kilimanjaro||5.895m (19,341ft)||Tanzania||Gravel|
|Kibo Hut||4.750m (15,520ft)||Tanzania||Gravel|
|Mount Bwahit||4.437m (14,557ft)||Ethiopia||Gravel|
|Mount Tullu Demtu||4.389m (14,400ft)||Ethiopia||Gravel|
|Ras Dashen||4.277m (14,032ft)||Ethiopia||Gravel|
|Mount Abuna Yosef||4.199m (13,776ft)||Ethiopia||Gravel|
|Jbel Ayachi||3.727m (12,227ft)||Morocco||Gravel|
|Tizi n’Tirecht||3.677m (12,063ft)||Morocco||Gravel|
Pic: Shao Yo Ming
To use information contained on this site is to do so at your own risk. dangerousroads.org is not responsible for the information contained in these pages. The website is for information purposes only and we assume no liability for decisions made as a result of the information provided here. You are still completely responsible for your decisions, your actions, and your safety.