Yankee Boy Basin Road is a short 4x4 trail located southwest of Ouray County. The road is accessible from June until October. It's one of the highest roads of Colorado. The trail is totally unpaved. It's 7.56km (4,7 miles) long and climbs up to Yankee Boy Basin, an
Hurricane Peak is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 4.034m (13,238ft), one of the highest roads of Colorado. Set high in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado, the road to the summit is totally unpaved. 4x4 vehicle required. The peak sits at the

Mauna Kea

Mauna Kea is a large dormant volcano at an elevation of 4.207m (13,803ft). It is the only place in the world where you can drive from sea level to a nearly 14,000ft peak in under 2 hours. It’s really challenging to get to the top. It’s not an easy road. As you go up, the
Argentine Pass, elevation of 4.034m (13,234ft), is one of the highest roads of Colorado. It’s a narrow, very steep and loaded with hairpin turns rough 4×4 road. High clearance 4×4 vehicles only. Over-sized vehicles are not advised. The route is extremely rocky and
Mount Antero is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 4.189m (13,743ft). The road to the summit is rocky, rough and requires four-wheel drive. Expect a dramatic set of switchbacks ascending up to the summit. It's one of the highest roads of USA. It requires
Sherman Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.804m (9,200ft), of the highest in California. The road features lots of twists and turns. The road, called Sherman Pass road, to the summit is asphalted but scenic with lots of twists and turns with
Webster Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.689m (12,103ft). The pass crosses the Continental Divide. It's one of the highest roads of Colorado. Officially is called Webster Pass Road #285. The pass is usually open from July to October
Red Cone is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 3.905m (12,811ft), one of the highest roads of Colorado. The road to the summit is totally unpaved and very steep, filled sometimes with very loose rock. The road to the summit is 11km (7 miles) long,
Sandia Crest is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 3.255m (10,678ft). It is one of the highest roads of New Mexico. Its official name is NM-536 Sandia Crest Scenic Byway. Road surface is in good shape, two-lane, with about 20 switchbacks. The drive is also
Kaiser Pass Road is set high, at an elevation of 2.803m (9,196ft), in the Sierra National Forest, a scenic drive through the mountains. Start from CA-168 (near Huntington Lake) to Florence Lake. Plan 1.5 hours to complete the drive without any stop. This is bear