Highest roads of Venezuela
Located on the northern coast of South America, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is a shaped like an inverted triangle country. Bounded on the north by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, on the east by Guyana, on the south by Brazil, and on the west by Colombia, the country, a former Spanish colony, is slightly smaller than twice the size of California. There are four distinct geographical regions within the country: the Venezuelan Highlands, the Maracaibo lowlands, the Orinoco plains and the Guiana region. The country is famous for its dramatic landscapes – some of which are considered to be the best in the continent. With 43 national Parks, the Venezuelan landscape includes towering mountains, tropical jungles, broad river plains, and arid coastal plains.
|Pico Las Pailas||4.579m (15,022ft)||Mérida||Unpaved|
|Alto de Mifafi||4.414m (14,481ft)||Mérida||Unpaved|
|Domo de La Culata||4.291m (1,4078ft)||Mérida||Paved|
|Páramo Miranda||4.162m (13,654ft)||Mérida||Unpaved|
|Collado del Condor||4.050m (13,287ft)||Mérida||Paved|
Pic: Jineska Sanoja