Cerro de la Viga is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 3.550m (11,650ft). La Viga is the highest mountain in the state of Coahuila and offers spectacular views of the Sierra Madre Oriental. Beware during winter time due the common snowfalls and mud slides at rainy seasons. It is one of the highest mountain roads of the country.
Route from Xalatlaco to San Miguel Ajusco is entirely within the Parque Nacional Cumbres del Ajusco. This route is totally paved and stands at 3.620m (11,880ft). The road can be busy in weekends and holidays due to its proximity to Mexico City. This road is usually closed in winter time. It is of the most scenic and highest routes in Mexico.
Jocotitlán is a volcano at an elevation of 3.901m (12,798ft), also known as Xocotépetl. It is totally unpaved and very steep. Starting from Jocotitlán, the road is 19km (11.80 miles) long. The summit hosts antennas and communication facilities and offers stunning views.It is one of the highest roads in Mexico.
Cofre de Perote is an extinct volcano at an elevation of 4.160m (13,648ft) within the Cofre de Perote National Park. It is also known as Nauhcampatépetl. This road is totally unpaved and narrow. Expect snow near the summit during winter months. During rainy season, July
Refugio Piedra Grande is a high mountain hut at an elevation of 4.255m (13,959ft) within Parque Nacional Pico de Orizaba. This road is toally unpaved and requires 4x4 or specially prepaired vehicles. It is of the highest mountain roads in Mexico. The road is
Pico de Orizaba or Citlaltépetl, is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 4.614m (15,137ft) within Parque Nacional Pico de Orizaba. It requires specially prepaired vehicles and leads directly close to Refugio Fausto González Gomár shelter. The road is impassable in
Nevado de Colima is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.991m (13,093ft). The road starts in the Carretera Estatal el Grullo-Ciudad Guzman. The climb is 23.4km long. Over this distance the elevation gain is 2.214m and the average percentage is 9,46%, with
Raíces is a Mexican village on the slopes of the volcano Nevado de Toluca standing at the altitude of 3,531 metres. The population of the village is around 500 people. The asphalted road to the town is called Ruta 10. Routing on asphalt at such high altitude is
Sierra Negra (also called Cerro La Negra) is claimed to be the highest road in North America. This Mexican dirt track climbs up to 4.640m (15,220ft) above the sea level. At the top of the climb you will find the biggest Millimetric RadioTelescope in the world. It’s one of the most hairpinned roads in the world.
Nevado de Toluca road is within Parque Nacional Nevado de Toluca and leads to the crater of the long-extinct volcano Nevado de Toluca (also known as Xinantécatl). Via this road is possible to access the large central crater by car and it is absolutely worth the