Highest roads of Bulgaria
Located in southeastern Europe, Bulgaria is a country bordered by five countries: Romania, Serbia, Macedonia, Greece and Turkey. It has some major mountain ranges, as Rila, Pirin and the Balkan Mountains.
The Republic of Bulgaria is a small country on the Balkan Peninsula (Europe's 16th-largest country) and has a great variety of topographical features. Its landscape ranges from mountainous peaks covered in snow to valleys and lowlands giving way to the coast of the Black Sea. More than 1/3 of country’s territory is covered by mountains, located mainly in the central and the southwestern parts.
|Vintcheto Road||2.553m (8,375ft)||Kyustendil||Gravel|
|Goljam Medarnik||2.541m (8,336ft)||Sofia||Gravel|
|Musalenski ezera||2.399m (7,870ft)||Sofia||Gravel|
|Kalin Reservoir||2.398m (7,867ft)||Kyustendil||Gravel|
|Botev Peak||2.376m (7,795ft)||Lovec-Plovdiv||Gravel|
|Karagyol Reservoir||2.359m (7,739ft)||Kyustendil||Gravel|
|Yastrebets summit||2.358m (7,736ft)||Sofia||Gravel|
|Dzhanka Saddle||2.346m (7,696ft)||Sofia-Blagoevgrad||Gravel|