Highest roads of Montana

Highest roads of 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 mountain roads of Montana:

Mountain road Elevation County Surface
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
Hellroaring Plateau 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
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