Highest roads of Armenia
Located in the Southern Caucasus region of Eurasia, Armenia is one of the oldest nations in the world. The country is a landlocked country in the Transcaucasia region, between the Black and Caspian Seas.
Situated along the route of the Great Silk Road, Armenia has a rich and ancient culture. It’s bordered on the north and east by Georgia and Azerbaijan and on the south and west by Iran and Turkey. It’s a very mountainous country, almost totally covered by the Lesser (or Little) Caucasus Mountains, with fast flowing rivers and few forests but with many trees. The climate is highland continental: hot summers and cold winters.
|Kaputzhukh Pass||3.492m (11,456ft)||Syunik||Gravel|
|Ayich Lerrnants’k’||3.466m (11,371ft)||Syunik||Gravel|
|Mount Kaputjugh||3.429m (11,250ft)||Syunik||Gravel|
|East Sevan||3.376m (11,076ft)||Gegharkunik||Gravel|
|Mount Ughtasar||3.296m (10,813ft)||Syunik||Gravel|
|Spitakasar pass||3.262m (10,702ft)||Kotayk||Gravel|
|Mount Spitakasar||3.255m (10,679ft)||Ararat||Gravel|
|Aragats Res. Station||3.199m (10,495ft)||Aragatsotn||Asphalt|
|Sheksar||3.073m (10,082ft)||Vayots Dzor||Gravel|
|Lake Aknalich||3.045m (9,990ft)||Kotayk||Gravel|
|Vardenis ridge||3.040m (9,973ft)||Vayots Dzor||Gravel|
|Bargooshat pass||3.009m (9,872ft)||Syunik||Gravel|
Pic: Hrair Sargsyan