Highest roads of Canada

Highest roads of Canada

Located in the northern part of the continent of North America, Canada is the second-largest country in the world. Canada's  mountains are a memorable experience, studded with glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, canyons and limestone caves. Mountains can be found all over British Columbia while those in Alberta are mainly concentrated on the eastern side of the Canadian Rockies.

Highest mountain roads of Canada:

Mountain pass Elevation Province Surface
Canoe Mountain 2.628m (8,622ft) British Columbia Gravel
Plateau Mountain 2.501m (8,205ft) British Columbia Gravel
Paradise Basin 2.470m (8,103ft) British Columbia Gravel
Highwood pass 2.206m (7,238ft) Alberta Asphalt
Wolf S3 2.164m (7,099ft) British Columbia Gravel
Snocoach Road 2.120m (6,955ft) Alberta Asphalt
Shunda Mountain 2.090m (6,857ft) Alberta Gravel
Bow pass 2.088m (6,850ft) Alberta Asphalt
Fortress Mountain Resort  2.075m (6,807ft) Alberta Gravel
Grey Creek pass 2.072m (6,800ft) British Columbia Gravel
McBride Peak 2.049m (6,722ft) British Columbia Gravel
AB-532 2.041m (6,696ft) British Columbia Gravel
Sunwapta pass 2.035m (6,677ft) Alberta Asphalt
Bow Summit 2.027m (6,650ft) Alberta Asphalt
Range Road 51A 2.005m (6,578ft) British Columbia Gravel
Marmot Basin 1.989m (6,525ft) Alberta Asphalt
Baldy Rocks 1.975m (6,479ft) British Columbia Gravel
Sunwapta Lake 1.960m (6,430ft) Alberta Asphalt
Leman lake 1.919m (6,295ft) AB-BC Gravel
Smith-Dorrien pass 1.905m (6,250ft) Alberta Gravel
Moraine lake 1.885m (6,183ft) Alberta Asphalt
Mount Saint Thomas 1.855m (6,085ft) British Columbia Gravel
Powderface Trail 1.854m (6,082ft) Alberta Gravel
Bonanza peak 1.804m (5,918ft) British Columbia Gravel
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