What are the highest roads in Montana?
Located in the Western region of the United States, Montana can be divided into two geographic areas in general: the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountain Region. The state is slightly larger than Japan and it’s a vast and varied state of mountains, canyons, river valleys, forests, grassy plains, badlands, and caverns. Its name is a word derived from the Spanish word meaning "mountainous."
Highest roads of Montana
|Hellroaring Plateau||3.311m (10,862ft)||Carbon||Gravel|
|Sheep Mountain||3.185m (10,449ft)||Park||Gravel|
|Beartooth Highway||3.154m (10,350ft)||Carbon||Asphalt|
|Fisher Mountain||3.122m (10,242ft)||Park||Gravel|
|Iron Mountain||3.082m (10,111ft)||Sweet Grass||Gravel|
|Chrome Mountain||3.078m (10,098ft)||Sweet Grass||Gravel|
|Henderson Mountain||3.043m (9,983ft)||Park||Gravel|
|Goose Lake||3.021m (9,911ft)||Park||Gravel|
|Forest Road 421||3.020m (9,908ft)||Carbon||Gravel|
|Bull of the Woods Pass||3.010m (9,875ft)||Park||Gravel|
|Lulu Pass||3.009m (9,872ft)||Park||Gravel|
|Pioneer Mountain||3.004m (9,855ft)||Madison||Gravel|
|Granite Peak||3.002m (9,849ft)||Madison||Gravel|