Highest roads of Oregon

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.

Mountain road Elevation County Surface
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
Rim Drive 2.401m (7,877ft) Klamath  Asphalt

Pic: Jared McCullough

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