Highest roads of Nevada

Highest roads of Nevada

Located in the western, and southwestern regions of the United States, Nevada is a land of discovery and adventure. Most of the state lies within the Great Basin of the Basin and Range region. Its name means snowy. Nevada, the 7th most extensive state, is located in a mountainous region that includes vast semiarid grasslands and sandy alkali deserts.

Mountain road Elevation County Surface
Mount Washington 3.493m (11,459ft) White Pine Gravel
Mount Grant 3.388m (11,115ft) Mineral Gravel
Ward Mountain 3.336m (10,944ft) White Pine Gravel
Cave Mountain 3.277m (10,751ft) White Pine Gravel
Cass House Peak 3.203m (10,508ft) Elko Gravel
Corey Peak 3.201m (10,501ft) Mineral Gravel
Spruce Mountain 3.129m (10,267ft) Elko Gravel
Mount Callaghan 3.107m (10,193ft) Lander Gravel
Masket Peak 3.105m (10,187ft) Nye Gravel
Relay Peak 3.102m (10,177ft) Washoe Gravel
Wheeler Peak 3.097m (10,163ft) White Pine Asphalt
Mustang Mountain 3.097m (10,160ft) Esmeralda Gravel
Johnson's Mill 3.074m (10,085ft) White Pine Gravel
Hamels Peak 3.067m (10,062ft) White Pine Gravel
Mount Hamilton 3.091m (10,141ft) White Pine Gravel
Spanish Peak 3.012m (9,881ft) Nye Gravel
Mustang Pass  3.011m (9,878ft) Esmeralda Gravel
Big Indian Mountain 2.987m (9,799ft) Mineral Gravel
Mount Lewis  2.933m (9,622ft) Lander Gravel
O'Neal Peak 2.930m (9,612ft) White Pine Gravel
Slide Mountain 2.928m (9,606ft) Washoe Gravel
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