Located in the Mexico state, within the Cumbres del Ajusco National Park, this is a mountain road linking Xalatlaco in Mexico state to Tlalpan in Mexico City.
The road is famous because traverses Ajusco volcano at 3750 masl, a popular destination in winter time for common snowfalls, close to Mexico City. It can be dangerous due constant car crashes caused by snow or ice, high traffic commute from people who aren’t used to drive in snow or ice environments. This road is usually closed in winter time to prevent accidents by curious people to see snow.
The highest point on this road is exactly at Mexico City border with Mexico state, at an elevation of 3.620m above the sea level. It’s one of the highest paved passes in the country.
Road suggested by: Eblem Torres