Highest roads of Germany

Highest roads of Germany

Located in central-western Europe, Germany stretches from the Alps, across the North European Plain to the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. From north to south its topography varies quite dramatically. The country is traversed by some of Europe's major rivers such as the Rhine, Danube and Elbe.

Mountain road Elevation State Surface Max. gradient
Alpspitze 2.091m (6,860ft) Bavaria Gravel  
Nebelhorn 2.068m (6,784ft) Bavaria Asphalt 45%
Königshaus Schachen 1.863m (6,112ft) Bavaria Gravel  
Kehlsteinstrasse 1.834m (6,017ft) Bavaria Asphalt 24%
Ostlerhütte 1.797m (5,895ft) Bavaria Gravel  
Jenner 1.786m (5,859ft) Bavaria Gravel  
Carl-von-Stahl-Haus 1.758m (5,767ft) Bavaria Gravel  
Alpe Schlappold 1.740m (5,708ft) Bavaria Asphalt 18%
Rotwand 1.727m (5,666ft) Bavaria Gravel 18%
Kreuzjoch 1.719m (5,640ft) Bavaria Gravel  
Gotzenalm 1.687m (5,534ft) Bavaria Gravel  
Schneibsteinhaus 1.679m (5,508ft) Bavaria Gravel  
Kreuzeck 1.651m (5,417ft) Bavaria Gravel  

Pic: Waldi Twork

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