Highest roads of England

Highest roads of England

Located in the North Atlantic, England takes up under two thirds of the island of Great Britain and a number of small islands. It is bordered to the north by Scotland and to the west by Wales. The weather in England is temperate with mild summers and winters. Most of the country consists of low hills and plains, with upland and mountainous terrain in the north and west.

Highest roads of England:

Road Elevation Surface
Great Dun Fell 848m (2,782ft) Paved
Killhope Cross 629m (2,063ft) Paved
Harthope Moss 628m (2,060ft) Paved
Newbiggin-Westgate Road 610m (2,001ft) Paved
Black Hill 607m (1,991ft) Paved
Dowgang Hush 600m (1,968ft) Paved
B6277 Road 599m (1,965ft) Paved
Cam High Road 589m (1.932ft) Paved

Pic:  Richard Peasland

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