Highest roads of Georgia

Highest roads of Georgia

Part of the Greater Caucasus region, Georgia is a country strategically located at the crossroads where Europe meets Asia that’s been inhabited since the Bronze Age. The country is bounded by the Black Sea, Russia, Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan. With thousands of years of history, the state's weather is mostly moderate, but Georgia has occasional extreme weather. The country occasionally suffers from earthquakes.

Highest mountain roads of Georgia:

Road Elevation Region Surface
Mount Sadzele 3.225m (10,580ft) Mtskheta-Mtianeti Unpaved
Mount Tetnuldi 3.149m (10,331ft) Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Unpaved
Ushba 3.137m (10,291ft) Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Unpaved 
Mount Kudebi 2.991m (9,812ft) Mtskheta-Mtianeti Unpaved 
Abano Pass 2.864m (9,396ft) Tusheti  Unpaved 
Mamisoni Pass 2.836m (9,304ft)  Racha Lec-Kvemo Sv. Unpaved 
Latpari Pass 2.834m (9,297ft) Samegrelo-Zemo Sv. Unpaved 

Pic: Ra Ni

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