Highest roads of Peru

Highest roads of Peru

Located in western South America, Peru extends for nearly 1,500 mi (2,414 km) along the Pacific Ocean. Ice-capped and imposing, the highest mountains in the country rise up from the Andes, reaching heights above 20,000 feet.

Highest mountain roads of Peru:

Mountain road Elevation Region Surface
Mina Acum. Mariela 5.298m (17,381ft) Moquegua Gravel
Abra Laccopata 5.206m (17,080ft) Cusco Gravel
Abra Azuca 5.190m (17,027ft)  Cusco/Apurimac Gravel
Mina Santa Rosa 5.133m (16,840ft) Puno Gravel
La Rinconada 5.130m (16,830ft) Puno Gravel
Huayunca 5.115m (16,781ft) Apurimac Gravel
Abra Chimboya 5.114m (16,778ft) Cusco/Puno Gravel
Abra Arcata 5.101m (16,735ft) Arequipa Gravel
Abra Loncopata 5.100m (16,732ft) Arequipa Gravel
Abra Quenco 5.101m (16,735ft) Arequipa Gravel
Abra Jahuaycate 5.065m (11,003ft) Canchis Gravel
Abra Huayraccasa 5.059m (16.597ft) Huancavelica Gravel
Nevado Huayracancha 5.045m (16,551ft) Lima/Junin Gravel
Abra Ares 5.018m (16,463ft) Arequipa Gravel
Laguna Ninococha 5.016m (16,456ft) Huánuco Gravel
Abra Huacullo 5.002m (16,410ft) Apurímac Gravel

Spanish version
Pic: http://speleominas.blogspot.com/2013/04/visita-las-minas-de-la-rinconada-puno.html

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