Highest roads of United States

Highest roads of United States

From Colorado to Hawai’I, some American roads climb up well above the clouds. The higher you go, the colder it gets, and at the end of the road, you barely have any horsepower left. Welcome to the highest roads in the United States.

Mountain pass Elevation State Surface
White Mountain Peak 4.344m (14,252ft) California Gravel
Mount Bross 4.321m (14,178ft) Colorado Gravel
Mount Evans Byway 4.310m (14,130ft) Colorado Asphalt
Pikes Peak Highway 4.302m (14,115ft) Colorado Asphalt
Mount Lincoln 4.222m (13,854ft) Colorado Gravel
Mauna Kea 4.207m (13,803ft) Hawai’i Asphalt/Gravel
Mount Antero 4.189m (13,743ft) Colorado Gravel
Kuss Peak 4.136m (13,569ft) Colorado Gravel
Mosquito Peak 4.127m (13,540ft) Colorado Gravel
Peak 10 4.082m (13,392ft) Colorado Gravel

 

NOTICE: Roads may be closed due to local orders related to stopping the spread of COVID-19. The towns and countries you drive through to get to specific roads may be closed due to local orders. Please follow all local health authority directives before venturing off.