What are the highest roads in Wyoming?

Located in the Western United States, and defined by vast plains and the Rocky Mountains, Wyoming is a very mountainous state. Its geography includes wide-open plains, swaths of high desert and sweeping mountain ranges.

Highest roads of Wyoming

Highest roads in Wyoming

Mountain pass Elevation County Surface
Carter Mountain Rd. 3.445m (11,302ft) Park Gravel
Elk mountain 3.405m (11,171ft) Carbon Gravel
Forest Road 207 3.376m (11,076ft) Park Gravel
Bridger Peak 3.355m (11,007ft) Carbon Gravel
Blackhall Mountain 3.345m (10,974ft) Carbon Gravel
Beartooth Pass 3.342m (10,964ft) Park Asphalt
Libby Flats Observ. 3.313m (10,869ft) Carbon Asphalt
Snowy Range Pass 3.310m (10,859ft) Alb.-Carb. Asphalt
Kennaday Peak 3.300m (10,826ft) Carbon Gravel
Lewis Lake 3.290m (10,793ft) Albany Asphalt
Libby Lake 3.289m (10,790ft) Albany Asphalt
Dipper Lake 3.279m (10,757ft) Carbon Gravel
Libby Flats 3.252m (10,669ft) Carbon Gravel
Fishhook Lake 3.249m (10,659ft) Carbon Gravel
Bald Mountain 3.246m (10,649ft) Park Gravel
Brooklyn Lake 3.243m (10,639ft) Carbon Gravel
Silvertip Basin 3.241m (10,633ft) Park Gravel
Arrastre Lake 3.218m (10,557ft) Carbon Gravel
Cyclone Pass 3.212m (10,538ft) Fremont Gravel 

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