Highest roads of Oregon
Located in the Pacific Northwest region on the West Coast of the United States, Oregon is a state divided by mountains. It’s bounded to the north by Washington state; to the east by Idaho; to the south by Nevada and California; and to the west by the Pacific Ocean. Oregon is one of the most geographically diverse states in the U.S. It is most known for its diverse landscape that includes a rugged coastline, mountains, dense forests, valleys, high desert and large cities.
|Steens Mountain||2.968m (9,737ft)||Harney||Gravel|
|Crane Mountain||2.576m (8,451ft)||Lake||Gravel|
|Light Peak||2.509m (8,231ft)||Lake||Gravel|
|Vinegar Hill||2.477m (8,126ft)||Grant||Gravel|
|Mount Bachelor||2.461m (8,074ft)||Deschutes||Gravel|
|Pelican Butte||2.450m (8,037ft)||Klamath||Gravel|
|Paulina Peak||2.434m (7,984ft)||Deschutes||Gravel|
|Pine Creek Res.||2.423m (7,949ft)||Baker||Gravel|
|Rim Drive||2.401m (7,877ft)||Klamath||Asphalt|
Pic: Jared McCullough
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