Highest roads of Ecuador

Highest roads of Ecuador

Located on the northwestern coast of South America, bordered by Peru to the south and east, Colombia to the north and by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Ecuador is one of the smaller countries in South America. Roughly the size of the state of Colorado, geography of Ecuador is quite diverse for a country and encompasses a wide range of natural formations and climates from the desert-like southern coast to the snowcapped peaks of the Andes mountain range to the plains of the Amazon Basin. The equator runs through the northern portion of the country.

Highest roads of Ecuador:

Road Elevation Province Surface
Refugio Edward Whymper 4.855m (15,928ft) Chimborazo Unpaved
Refugio José Rivas 4.639m (15,219ft) Pichincha Unpaved
Refugio Guagua Pichincha 4.557m (14,950ft)  Pichincha  Unpaved 
Abra El Arenal
4.407m (14,458ft)  Chimborazo  Paved 
Alto de Salinas 4.344m (14,251ft) Bolívar Unpaved 
Volcan Corazon
4.306m (14,127ft)  Pichincha  Unpaved 
Loma de las Antenas 4.218m (13,838ft)  Pichincha  Unpaved  
Tres Cruces  4.161m (13,651ft) Azuay  Paved
Cerro Atacazo
4.155m (13,631ft)  Pichincha  Unpaved  


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