Highest roads of Idaho

Highest roads of Idaho

Located in the northwestern region of the United States, Idaho contains hundreds of individual mountain ranges an unspoiled beauty. It has the most rugged terrain in the country, with 114 named mountain ranges and fifty mountain peaks having an elevation of 10,000 feet above sea level. Literally covered from north to south by the Rocky Mountains, the State is known for its mountainous landscapes and vast swaths of protected wilderness and outdoor recreation areas.

Here comes the list of the highest mountain roads:

Mountain pass Elevation County Surface
Railroad Ridge 3.180m (10,433ft) Custer  Gravel
Big Windy Peak 3.170m (10,400ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Twin Peaks South 3.154m (10,347ft) Custer  Gravel
Trail Peak 3.147m (10,324ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Lem Peak 3.083m (10,114ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Pinyon Peak 3.032m (9,947ft) Custer  Gravel
Sawtell Peak 3.017m (9,898ft) Fremont  Gravel
Francis Peak 2.913m (9,560 ft) Davis/Morgan  Gravel
Wildhorse Peak 2.913m (9,560 ft) Custer  Gravel
Estes Mountain 2.900m (9,514ft) Custer  Gravel
Mount Jordan 2.889m (9,478ft) Custer  Gravel
Trinity Mountain 2.868m (9,409ft) Elmore  Gravel
Forest Road 086 2.846m (9,337ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Oxford Peak 2.831m (9,288ft) Franklin  Gravel
Red Mountain 2.830m (9,284ft) Custer  Gravel
Lake Mountain 2.827m (9,274ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Mount Harrison 2.823m (9,261ft) Cassia  Asphalt
Mountain Baldy 2.793m (9,163ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Sedgwick Peak 2.791m (9,156ft) Bannock  Gravel
Middle Fork Peak  2.781m (9,124 ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Herd Lake Road 2.778m (9,114ft) Custer  Gravel
Forest Road 053 2.766m (9,074ft) Custer  Gravel
Blackbird Mountain 2.761m (9,058ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Goldstone Pass 2.760m (9,055ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Bachelor Mountain 2.754m (9,035ft) Custer  Gravel
Feltham Creek Point  2.744m (9,002ft) Custer  Gravel
Leatherman Peak 2.742m (8,996ft) Custer  Gravel
Walkers Peak 2.735m (8,973ft) Valley  Gravel
Fly Creek Point  2.724 m (8,937ft) Lemhi  Gravel
Antelope Pass 2.722m (8,930ft) Custer  Gravel

Pic: http://larryprescott.blogspot.com/2015/08/climbing-sheep-mountain-big-windy-peak.html

NOTICE: Due to the spread of COVID-19, many points of interest and roads are closed and travel is not recommended. Please follow all local health authority directives before venturing off, and stay safe.