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| [[Circa]] 3,300 m{{cite web |url=http://www.passzwang.de/veletainhalteng.html |title=Europe's highest mountain road |publisher=Bicycling Mountain Roads and Passes |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || [[Veleta (Sierra Nevada)|Veleta]] || [[Sierra Nevada (Spain)|Sierra Nevada]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || [[Granada]] and [[Veleta (Sierra Nevada)|Pico Veleta]] ||Access road from [[Granada]].The Veleta road is the A-395 road. Free access until Hoya de la Mora at 2526 m.{{cite web |url=http://www.altimetrias.net/aspbk/verPerfilusu.asp?id=619 |title=Pico Veleta |publisher=Personal web page with photos |accessdate=24 October 2014}} From Hoya de la Mora onwards, the road gets much narrower and access to motor vehicles is restricted to those previously authorized. Asphalt ends at [[circa]] 3300 m but the road continues unpaved until reaching [[circa]] 3380 m, || {{Coord|37|03|21|N|03|22|09|W|display=inline|name=Sierra Nevada}}
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| 2,845 m || [[Institut de radioastronomie millimétrique|IRAM]]|| [[Sierra Nevada (Spain)|Sierra Nevada]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || || Private road serving a telescope.{{cite web|last1=Rite|first1=J.B.|last2=Baeza|first2=M.|last3=Cerván|first3=M.|title=IRAM por Haza Llana|url=http://www.altimetrias.net/aspbk/verPerfilusu.asp?id=870|website=Altime…ías|accessdate=27 November 2014}} Side road from Veleta road. || {{Coord|37|03|57|N|03|23|35|W|display=inline|name=Sierra Nevada}}
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| 2,829 m || [[Ötztal Glacier Road]] || [[Ötztal Alps]] || {{AUT}} || dead end || ||access road from [[Sölden]] to Rettenbachferner and Tiefenbachferner [[glacier]]s,highest point at southern end of the tunnel{{cite web |url=http://www.quaeldich.de/Paesse.pl?PassID=137 |title=Ötztaler Gletscherstraße (2812 m)
|publisher=Quaeldich |language=German |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://www.alpen-biken.de/dyn/alpentag_dir_alpentour2003_ident_tag4.html |title=Tag 4: Von einem Gletscher zum anderen |publisher=Alpen-biken |language=German |date=20 July 2003 |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|46|55|29|N|10|56|40|E|display=inline|name=Ötztal Glacier Road}}
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| 2,802 m || [[Cime de la Bonette]] || [[French Alps]] || {{FRA}} || loop road || (Not a real pass) Just a one-way loop road originating (and ending) from Col de la Bonette 2715 m and surrounding the summit named [[Cime de la Bonette]] 2862 m; highest point this road touches is 2802 m || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|44|19|18|N|6|48|25|E|display=inline|name=Cime de la Bonette}}
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| 2,770 m || [[Col de l'Iseran]] || [[Graian Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Val-d'Isère]], [[Tarentaise Valley|Tarentaise]] & [[Bonneval-sur-Arc]], [[Maurienne]] || the highest paved mountain pass in the [[Alps]], [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]]; the latest French IGN maps mark this pass as 2764 metres || {{Coord|45|25|1|N|07|01|51|E|display=inline|name=Col de l'Iseran}}
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| 2,757 m || [[Stilfserjoch]][[Stelvio Pass]] || [[Ortler Alps]][[Eastern Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Stilfs]] & [[Bormio]] || the highest paved mountain pass in the [[Eastern Alps]]. Often designated the [[Cima Coppi]] in the annual running of the [[Giro d'Italia]]. The shield at the pass summit indicates a height of 2760 metres. || {{Coord|46|31|43|N|10|27|10|E|display=inline|name=Stelvio Pass}}
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| 2,750 m || [[Kaunertal]] Glacier Road || [[Ötztal Alps]] || {{AUT}} || dead end || || access road from [[Feichten]] to the Weißseeferner and a ski area, the highest bus stop in Austria || {{coord|46|51|51|N|10|42|48|E|display=inline|name=Kaunertal}}
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| 2,744 m || [[Col Agnel]][[Colle dell'Agnello]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{FRA}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Queyras]] & [[Pontechianale]] || highest international paved pass of the Alps. Often designated the [[Cima Coppi]] in the annual running of the [[Giro d'Italia]]. [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{coord|44|41|2|N|06|58|46|E|display=inline|name=Col Agnel}}
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| 2,715 m || [[Col de la Bonette]] || [[French Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Jausiers]] & [[Saint-Étienne-de-Tinée]]. A one-way loop road originates here and reaches higher up to a marble monument at 2802 m, (conventionally named Cime de la Bonette, although the real summit is still higher up at 2862 m, accessible on foot) || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 2,645 m || [[Col du Galibier]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne]] & [[Briançon]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{coord|45|03|50.4|N|06|24|28.8|E|display=inline|name=Col du Galibier}}
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| 2,641 m || [[Nivolet Pass|Col du Nivolet]]Colle del Nivolet || [[Graian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || [[Ceresole Reale]] ([[Piedmont]]) || film location in ''[[The Italian Job]]'', including the final bus crash. || {{Coord|45|28|49|N|7|08|32|E|display=inline|name=Col du Nivolet}}
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| 2,621 m || [[Gavia Pass]] || [[Italian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Bormio]] ([[Sondrio]]) & [[Ponte di Legno]] ([[Brescia]]) || Often designated the [[Cima Coppi]] in the annual running of the [[Giro d'Italia]] || {{Coord|46|20|37|N|10|29|17|E|display=inline|name=Gavia Pass}}
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| 2,571 m || Edelweissspitze || [[Hohe Tauern]] || {{AUT}} || dead end || [[Fusch]] ([[Salzburg (state)|Salzburg]]) & [[Heiligenblut]] ([[Carinthia (state)]]) || Sideroad of the [[Grossglockner High Alpine Road]] || {{Coord|47|07|25|N|12|49|53|E|display=inline|name=Edelweissspitze}}
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| 2,552 m || Road to [[Vintcheto]] || [[Rila]] || {{BUL}} || dead end || [[Kalin Reservoir]] and Karagyol Reservoir || Highest concrete-paved road on the Balkans. The highest part is closed between late October to beginning of July due to snow ||
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| 2,504 m || [[Grossglockner High Alpine Road]][[Hochtor Pass]] || [[Hohe Tauern]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Fusch]] ([[Salzburg (state)|Salzburg]]) & [[Heiligenblut]] ([[Carinthia (state)]]) || Fuscher Törl memorial is at 2,428 m, designed by architect [[Clemens Holzmeister]] to commemorate workers who died during the building of the road. || {{Coord|47|05|00|N|12|50|34|E|display=inline|name=Grossglockner High Alpine Road - Hochtor Pass}}
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| 2,501 m || [[Umbrail Pass]][[Giogo di Santa Maria]] || [[Ortler Alps]][[Eastern Alps]] || {{SUI}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Santa Maria Val Müstair]] & [[Stelvio Pass]] & [[Bormio]] || || {{Coord|46|32|35|N|10|26|02|E|display=inline|name=Umbrail Pass}}
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| 2,481 m || [[Colle Fauniera]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Castelmagno]] / [[Marmora, Piedmont]] & [[Demonte]] || (also known as Colle dei Morti, "Hill of the Dead") || {{Coord|44.3857|N|7.12189|E|display=inline|name=Colle Fauniera}}
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| 2,478 m || [[Nufenen Pass]] || [[Lepontine Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Pizzo Gallina]], [[Ulrichen]], [[Valais]] & [[Nufenestock]], [[Bedretto]], [[Ticino]], [[Brig, Switzerland|Brig]], [[Airolo]] || Views of the [[Finsteraarhorn]] and the [[Gries Glacier]]. || {{Coord|46|28|41|N|08|23|35|E|display=inline|name=Nufenen Pass}}
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| 2,474 m || [[Timmelsjoch]][[Passo del Rombo]]|| [[Ötztal Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Oetz]], [[Tyrol (state)|Tyrol]] & [[St. Leonhard in Passeier]], [[South Tyrol]] || Paved road projected before [[WW II]] but completed only in 1967. Closed to lorries and vehicles with trailers. Toll station on Austrian side. || {{Coord|46|54|19|N|11|05|50|E|display=inline|name=Timmelsjoch}}
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| 2,469 m || [[Great St Bernard Pass]] || [[Valais Alps]] || {{SUI}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Martigny]], [[Valais]] & [[Aosta]], [[Aosta Valley]] || the third highest road pass in Switzerland. || {{Coord|45|52|08|N|7|10|14|E|display=inline|name=Great St Bernard Pass}}
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| 2,454 m || [[Ouvrage La Moutière|Col de la Moutière]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Dalmas-le-Selvage]] & [[Uvernet-Fours]] or [[Jausiers]] via the [[Col de Restefond]] || The west side is not a paved road ||
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| 2,432 m || [[Mölltaler Gletscherstrasse/Hochwurtenspeicher]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || dead end || [[Ausserfragant]] ||{{cite web |url=http://cycloclimbing.com/alpsworthwhile/21molltaler.html |title= Mölltaler Gletscherstrasse/Hochwurtenspeicher & Grosse Oscheniksee |accessdate=27 May 2014}} ||
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| 2,429 m || [[Furka Pass]] || [[Uri Alps]][[Lepontine Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Gletsch]], [[Valais]] & [[Realp]], [[Canton of Uri]] || used as a location in the [[James Bond]] film ''[[Goldfinger (film)|Goldfinger]]''. Site of the [[Rhone Glacier]], source of river [[Rhone]]. In-glacier prepared Ice Cave accessible from the road at 2300 m || {{Coord|46|34|22|N|08|25|00|E|display=inline|name=Furka Pass}}
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| 2,420 m || [[Mölltaler Gletscherstrasse/Hochwurtenspeicher]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || dead end || [[Döllach]] ||{{cite web |url=http://cycloclimbing.com/alpsworthwhile/23zirknitz.html |title= Zirknitztal/Großsee |accessdate=27 May 2014}} ||
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| 2,413 m || [[Col du Granon]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Chaffrey]], [[La Salle-les-Alpes]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]], paved only on the west side || {{Coord|44|57|46|N|06|36|40|E|display=inline|name=Col du Granon}}
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| 2,409 m || [[Roque de los Muchachos]] || [[La Palma]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || [[Santa Cruz de La Palma]] || Highest point on [[La Palma]] island and highest road in the Canary Islands. Road leads to [[Roque de los Muchachos Observatory]]. || {{Coord|28|45|15.99|N|17|53|6.56|W|display=inline|name=Roque de los Muchachos}}
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| 2,408 m || [[Envalira Pass]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{AND}} || pass || [[Soldeu]] & [[El Pas de la Casa]] (Andorra) and [[L'Hospitalet-près-l'Andorre]] ([[France]]) || Highest road pass in the Pyrenees. The pass is bypassed by the Envalira Tunnel. It is heavily trafficked by duty free day trippers from France. || {{Coord|42|32|24.2|N|1|43|10.58|E|display=inline|name=Envalira Pass}}
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| 2,394 m || Road to [[Kalin Reservoir]] || [[Rila]] || {{BUL}} || dead end || [[Pastra, Bulgaria|Pastra]] village and Kalin Reservoir || Concrete-paved road to the highest reservoir in the Balkans{{cite news|url=http://www.trud.bg/Article.asp?ArticleId=967675|title=Насладата "Калин"|last=Бориславов|first=Веселин|date=2011-07-17|work=Труд|language=Bulgarian|accessdate=18 January 2016}}{{cite news|url=http://www.novinar.bg/news/iazovir-karagiol-edno-ot-naj-krasivite-katch…|title=Язовир Карагьол, едно от най-красивите кътчета в Рила|date=2013-09-07|work=Новинар|language=Bulgarian|accessdate=18 January 2016}} || {{Coord|42|10|21|N|23|15|3|E|display=inline|name=Kalin Reservoir}}
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| 2,390 m || [[Oberaarsee]] || [[Bernese Alps]] || {{SWI}} || dead end || [[Grimsel Pass]]-[[Oberaarsee]] (canton of [[Canton of Bern|Bern]]) || Highest point north of Oberaarsee || {{Coord|46|33|08|N|08|16|48|E|display=inline|name=Oberaarsee}}
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| 2,389 m || [[Lac de Moiry]] || [[Valais Alps]] || {{SWI}} || dead end || [[Grimentz]]-[[Lac de Moiry]]-Lac de Châteaupré (canton of [[Valais]]) || || {{Coord|46|06|24|N|07|34|44|E|display=inline|name=Moiry}}
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| 2,387 m || [[Griessee]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Nufenen Pass]] road-[[Griessee]] || || {{Coord|46|27|44|N|08|22|22|E|display=inline|name=Griessee}}
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| 2,383 m || [[Flüela Pass]] || [[Albula Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Davos]] & [[Susch]], ([[Graubünden]]) || || {{Coord|46|45|01|N|09|56|52|E|display=inline|name=Flüela Pass}}
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| 2,379 m || [[Georgian Military Road|Georgian Military Road, Jvari Pass]] || [[Caucasus Mountains]] || {{GEO}} || pass || [[Vladikavkaz]] ([[Russia]]) & [[Tbilisi]] ([[Georgia (country)|Georgia]]) || || {{Coord|42.5042|44.4538|display=inline|name=Georgian Military Road, Jvari Pass}}
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| 2,370 m || [[Refuge du Plan du Lac|Le Plan du Lac]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Termignon]] || In the [[Vanoise National Park]] ||
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| 2,370 m || [[Colle dell'Esischie]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || Ponte Marmora and Pradleves ||Along the road of Colle Fauniera, at 1.5 km. distance ||
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| 2,361 m || [[Col d'Izoard]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Briançon]], & [[Guil]], [[Queyras]], [[Guillestre]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|44|49|12|N|06|44|07|E|display=inline|name=Col d'Izoard}}
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| 2,356 m || [[Teide]] || [[Islas Canarias]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Los Cristianos]] || Not located in Europe. The [[Canary Islands]] belong to Spain but are located off the coast of West Africa. ||
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| 2,350 m || [[Col de la Lombarde]] || [[Maritime Alps]] || {{FRA}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Isola 2000]] & [[Vinadio]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|44|12|8|N|07|09|1|E|display=inline|name=Col de la Lombarde}}
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| 2,350 m || [[Val Thorens]] || [[French Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Saint-Martin-de-Belleville]], ([[Tarentaise Valley]] [[Savoie]]), near [[Chambéry]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 2,347 m || [[Fort du Gondran]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Briançon]] & [[Montgenèvre]] || The north side of this pass is not a paved road; on the other side the road is closed to general traffic||
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| 2,346 m || [[Dzhanka Saddle]] || [[Rila]] || {{BUL}} || pass || [[Samokov]], [[Sofia Province]] & [[Yakoruda]], [[Blagoevgrad Province]] || In [[Rila National Park]]; [[Macadam]] road, closed for general traffic || {{Coord|42|07|38|N|23|35|05|E|display=inline|name=Kalin Reservoir}}
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| 2,340 m || [[Tre Cime di Lavaredo]] || [[Sexten Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || near [[Cortina d'Ampezzo]], [[Lake Misurina]] || Sometimes designated the [[Cima Coppi]] in the annual running of the [[Giro d'Italia]], || {{Coord|46|37|07|N|12|18|20|E|display=inline|name=Tre Cime di Lavaredo}}
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| 2,340 m || Tguma || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Wergenstein]]-Tguma Parkplatz || || {{Coord|46|37|26|N|09|21|51|E|display=inline|name=Tguma}}
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| 2,328 m || [[Bernina Pass]] || [[Bernina Range]][[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[St. Moritz]], [[Engadin]] & [[Tirano]], [[Valtellina]] || || {{Coord|46|24.744|N|10|1.71|E|display=inline|name=Bernina Pass}}
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| 2,326 m || [[Col de la Cayolle]] || [[Maritime Alps]][[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Barcelonnette]], ([[Ubaye Valley]]) & [[Saint-Martin-d'Entraunes]] || The road leads to the red-rock Gorges de Daluis at [[Daluis]] || {{Coord|44|15|32|N|6|44|38|E|display=inline|name=Col de la Cayolle}}
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| 2,315 m || [[Livigno Pass]] || [[Livigno Alps]] || {{SUI}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Bernina Diavolezza]] / [[Val Poschiavo]], [[Graubünden]] & [[Livigno]], [[Sondrio]] || || {{Coord|46|26|33|N|10|03|25|E|display=inline|name=Livigno Pass}}
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| 2,314 m || [[Albula Pass]] || [[Albula Range]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Thusis]], [[Bergün]] & [[La Punt]] & [[Inn (river)|Inn Valley]], ([[Engadin]]). || || {{Coord|46|35|N|09|53|E|display=inline|name=Albula Pass}}
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| 2,311 m || [[Lago del Narèt]] || [[Lepontine Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Fusio]] & [[Lago del Narèt]], [[Ticino]] || || {{Coord|46|28|47|N|8|34|31|E|name=Lago del Narèt}}
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| 2,310 m || [[Lago dei Cavagnöö]] || [[Lepontine Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Robièi]] & [[Lago dei Cavagnöö]], [[Ticino]] || Only accessible by aerial tramway from San Carlo (lowest point of the road: 1856 m) || {{Coord|46|27|19|N|8|30|30|E|name=Lago dei Cavagnöö}}
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| 2,302 m || [[Port de Cabús]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{AND}}{{ESP}} || pass || [[Erts]] & [[Llavorsí]] ||2302m{{cite web |url=http://www.andorra.ad/ca-ES/recursos/Documents/Ruta9.pdf |title=Rutes Ciclistes d'Andorra - Ruta 9, Erts-Port de Cabús |publisher=Andorra |accessdate=6 February 2013}} Tarmac road surface on the Andorra side, but not paved on the Spanish side. || {{Coord|42|32|47|N|1|25|11|E|name=Port de Cabús}}
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| 2,291 m || [[Foscagno Pass]] || [[Livigno Range]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Livigno]] & [[Bormio]] || || {{Coord|46|29|42|N|10|12|32|E|display=inline|name=Foscagno Pass}}
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| 2,284 m || [[Julier Pass]] || [[Albula Range]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Engadin]] valley & [[Graubünden]] || [[drainage divide|watershed / drainage divide]] between the [[Drainage basin|basins]] of the Rivers [[Rhine]] and [[Danube]] || {{Coord|46|28.32|N|09|43.74|E|display=inline|name=Julier Pass}}
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| 2,284 m || [[Colle di Sampeyre]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Elva, Piedmont|Elva]] & [[Sampeyre]] || || {{Coord|44|33|4|N|7|7|8|E|display=inline|name=Colle di Sampeyre}}
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| 2,280 m || [[Saut Dam]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Tignes]] || Road to Sassière Lake || {{Coord|45|29|N|06|58|E|display=inline|name=Barrage du Saut}}
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| 2,264 m || [[Susten Pass]] || [[Urner Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Innertkirchen]], ([[Canton of Bern]]) & [[Wassen]], [[Canton of Uri]] || views of the [[Stein Glacier]] || {{Coord|46|43.8|N|08|26.94|E|display=inline|name=Susten Pass}}
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| 2,257 m || [[Bola del Mundo]] || [[Sierra de Guadarrama]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || || Sideroad of the [[Puerto de Navacerrada]]. Paved with rough cement and not open to regular road traffic.{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?col=La-Bola-del-Mundo&qryMountainI… |title=La Bola del Mundo - Collado Villalba |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}}The road is paved, but with rough cement rather than smoother asphalt and is not open to regular road traffic. || {{Coord|40|47|N|03|58|W|display=inline|name=Bola del Mundo}}
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| 2,257 m || [[Lago della Sella]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Gotthard Pass]]-[[Lago della Sella]] || || {{Coord|46|33|33|N|08|35|34|E|display=inline|name=Lago della Sella}}
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| 2,252 m || [[Sanetsch Pass]] || [[Bernese Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Savièse]]-[[Lac de Sanetsch]] ([[Valais]])[http://s.geo.admin.ch/e72ca07 "Col du Sanetsch (VS) - Savièse"]. geo.admin.ch. Retrieved 6 February 2013.|| Road ends at the Lac de Sanetsch on the north side of the pass ||
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| 2,250 m || [[Col d'Allos]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Barcelonnette]], ([[Ubaye Valley]]) & [[Colmars]], [[Col des Champs]] || ||
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| 2,244 m || [[Sella Pass]] || [[Trentino]][[South Tyrol]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Val Gherdëina]], [[South Tyrol]] & [[Canazei]], [[Fascia Valley]] || ||
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| 2,242 m || Passo Scimfuss || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Gotthard Pass]]-Passo Scimfuss || || {{Coord|46|32|35|N|08|35|28|E|display=inline|name=Passo Scimfuss}}
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| 2,240 m || [[Andorra Arcalis]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{AND}} || dead end || [[Vallnord]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 2,239 m || [[Pordoi Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Canazei]] & [[Livinallongo del Col di Lana]] || the highest road pass in the Dolomites. Often designated the [[Cima Coppi]] in the annual running of the [[Giro d'Italia]] ||
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| 2,239 m || Dosso dei Galli || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || || Side road from Sella dell'Auccia. Military road. Access restricted. ||
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| 2,236 m || [[Giau Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Cortina d'Ampezzo]] & [[Selva di Cadore]] / [[Livinallongo del Col di Lana]] || || {{Coord|46|29.05|N|12|5.1|E|display=inline|name=Giau Pass}}
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| 2,231 m || Alpe Galm || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Guttet-Feschel|Guttet]]-Oberu-Galm || || {{Coord|46|21|23|N|07|40|52|E|display=inline|name=Galm}}
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| 2,225 m || [[Err-Puigmal]] Jaça del Prat de Tossa || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Err, Pyrénées-Orientales|Err]] || ||
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| 2,220 m || [[Männlichen]] || [[Bernese Oberland]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Grindelwald]] || Good surface to top of cable car at 2220 metres ||
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| 2,215 m || [[Col de Portet]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Saint-Lary-Soulan]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|42|49|59|N|0|14|12|E|display=inline|name=Col de Portet}}
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| 2,211 m || [[Penserjoch]] / Passo di Pennes || [[Trentino Alto Adige]] || {{ITA}} || pass || || ||
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| 2,208 m || [[Col des Tentes]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || access road from Gavarnie || A narrow paved road continues to Port de Boucharo at roughly 2270 but access to it is blocked with stones || {{Coord|42|42|49|N|0|3|4|E}}
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| 2,208 m || [[Passo d'Eira]] || [[Livigno Range]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Livigno]] & [[Trepalle]] || A modest elevation between Livigno and Trepalle ||
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| 2,206 m || Emosson || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Finhaut]]-[[Lac d'Emosson]]-[[Lac du Vieux Emosson]] || Public access to Emosson dam (1965m), restricted access to Vieux Emosson dam || {{Coord|46|03|47|N|06|53|56|E|display=inline|name=Vieux Emosson}}
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| 2,205 m || [[Cim de Coma Morera]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Ossèja]] || ||
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| 2,205 m || Täschalp || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Täsch]]-Täschalp || || {{Coord|46|03|30|N|07|48|45|E|display=inline|name=Täschalp}}
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| 2,203 m || [[Mattmarksee]] || [[Valais Alps]] || {{SWI}} || dead end || [[Saas-Almagell]]-[[Mattmarksee]] || || {{Coord|46|03|01|N|07|57|50|E|display=inline|name=Mattmarksee}}
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| 2,200 m || [[Lac d'Aumar]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Aragnouet]] || ||
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| 2,192 m || [[Valparola Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Corvara, South Tyrol]] / [[Badia, South Tyrol]] & [[Falzarego Pass]] & [[Cortina d'Ampezzo]] ([[Belluno]])|| || {{Coord|46|31|59.88|N|11|58|59.88|E|display=inline|name=Valparola Pass}}
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| [[Circa]] 2,190 m || [[Presa de Llauset]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || || Access road from [[Senet]] || {{Coord|42.57279|N|0.712757|E|display=inline|name=Llauset}}
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| 2,188 m || [[Little St Bernard Pass]] || [[Valais Alps]][[Mont Blanc Massif]] || {{FRA}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Tarentaise Valley|Tarentaise]], ([[Savoie]]) & [[Aosta Valley]]|| || {{Coord|45|40|49|N|6|53|2|E|display=inline|name=Little St Bernard Pass}}
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| 2,183 m || [[Col du Petit Mont Cenis]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis|Lanslebourg]] || This road starts on the right of [[Col du Mont Cenis]] ||
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| 2,178 m || [[Colle delle Finestre]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Susa Valley]] & [[Val Chisone]] || A section of this road may not be 'paved' with asphalt, although it is used by both motorists and cyclists in the [[Giro d'Italia]] || {{Coord|45|04|18.49|N|7|03|12.48|E|display=inline|name=Colle delle Finestre}}
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| 2,176 m || Rifugio Ghiacciaio dei Forni || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || [[Bormio]]-Rifugio Ghiacciaio dei Forni || || {{Coord|46|25|13|N|10|31|19|E|display=inline|name=Rifugio Ghiacciaio dei Forni}}
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| 2,175 m || [[Lac de Cap-de-Long]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Aragnouet]] || ||
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| 2,173 m || [[Croix de Coeur]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Verbier]] || 6.5 km stretch above Verbier only became fully paved recently. It is a road pass but La Tzoumaz side is gravel || {{Coord|46|07|18|N|07|13|57|E|name=Croix de Coeur}}
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| 2,168 m || [[Tikmataji Pass]] || [[Lesser Caucasus]] || {{GEO}} || pass || [[Tbilisi]] [[Tsalka]] & [[Ninotsminda]] [[Akhalkalaki]] || [[Baku–Tbilisi–Kars railway]] also goes via this pass|| {{Coord|41|29|46|N|43|52|18|E|name=Croix de Coeur}}
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| 2,165 m || [[Grimsel Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Innertkirchen]], [[Bern]] & [[Gletsch]], [[Valais]] || || {{Coord|46|33.72|N|8|20.34|E|display=inline|name=Grimsel Pass (2165m)}}
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| 2,155 m || [[Calar Alto]] || [[Sierra de los Filabres]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Gérgal]] & [[Tíjola]] || ||
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| 2,150 m || [[Les Arcs]] 2000 || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Bourg-Saint-Maurice]] || [[Tarentaise Valley|Tarentaise]], ([[Savoie]]) ||
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| 2,149 m || [[Fuorn Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Zernez]], [[Engadin]] & [[Val Müstair]] || || {{Coord|46|38.472|N|10|17.598|E|display=inline|name=Fuorn Pass (2149m)}}
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| 2,145 m || [[Transalpina (DN67C)|Transalpina]] [[Urdele pass]] || [[Carpathian Mountains]] || {{ROM}} || pass || [[Novaci, Romania]] & [[Sebes]] || Highest paved road in Romania{{cite web |url=http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=172512 |title=Romania, short (but beautiful) off-road trip |publisher=Adventure Rider |date=9 October 2013 |accessdate=6 February 2013}} Widening and asphalting works started in 2010, but were not yet finished (cca. 2–3 km of roadbed-only - alternating with asphalted areas -, several viaducts with only one-lane accessible and tens of unfinished ditches across the road for collection of slopes' water, which require slowing down to 5–10 km/h. It also lacks safety elements - parapets, reflective aids, road marks, road signs). || {{coord|45.345|N|23.657|E|display=inline|name=Transalpina Pass, Urdele pass}}
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| 2,144 m || [[Vallter 2000]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || [[Setcases]] || || {{Coord|42|25|37|N|2|15|54|E|display=inline|name=Vallter 2000}}
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| 2,141 m || [[Grande Dixence Dam]] || [[Valais Alps]] || {{SWI}} || dead end || [[Hérémence]]-Le Chargeur || || {{Coord|46|05|03|N|07|24|13|E|display=inline|name=Le Chargeur}}
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| 2,136 m || [[Collado de las Sabinas]] || [[Sierra Nevada (Spain)|Sierra Nevada]] || {{ESP}} || pass || Güejar Sierra and kilometer point 33.4 of the Veleta Road || ||
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| 2,134 m || Nagens || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Laax]]-Nagens || || {{Coord|46|51|42|N|09|13|50|E|display=inline|name=Nagens}}
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| 2,133 m || [[Gardena Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Sëlva]], [[Val Gardena]] & [[Corvara, South Tyrol]], [[Badia, South Tyrol|Val Badia]] || ||
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| 2,133 m || [[Lac d'Allos]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Colmars]] ||{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?Col=Lac-dAllos&qryMountainID=6886 |title=Lac d'Allos - Colmars |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|44.245437|N|6.698065|E|display=inline|name=Lac d'Allos}}
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| 2,130 m || [[Campo Imperatore]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || Dead End || [[Gran Sasso]] & [[Campo Imperatore]] ||Leads to hotel used by Italian army to imprison [[Benito Mussolini]]. It is often a stage in the "Giro d'Italia" bike race[[Gran Sasso raid]]http://www.senzafreni.com/mkportal/modules/coppermine/albums/Passi-SFre… ||{{Coord|42|28|N|13|33|E|display=inline|name=Gran Sasso}}
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| 2,130 mApproximation. Retrieved from [[Google Earth]] 12 May 2014. || [[Roki Tunnel]] || [[Caucasus Mountains]] || {{GEO}}/{{RUS}} || pass || [[Tskhinvali Region]]([[Samachablo]])/[[North Ossetia–Alania]] || || {{Coord|42|36|03|N|44|06|54|E|display=inline|name=Roki Tunnel}}
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| 2,130 m || [[Tignes]] Val Claret || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Tarentaise Valley|Tarentaise]] ([[Savoie]]) || ||
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| 2,124 m || [[Avers]] valley || [[Alps]] || {{SWI}} || dead end || [[Ausserferrera]]-[[Juf]] || || {{Coord|46|26|45|N|09|34|45|E|display=inline|name=Juf}}
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| 2,117 m || [[Splügen Pass]] || [[Lepontine Alps]][[Rhaetian Alps]] || {{ITA}}{{SUI}} || pass || [[Montespluga]], [[Lombardy]] & [[Splügen]], [[Graubünden]] || described by [[Mary Shelley]] || {{Coord|46|30.36|N|09|20.22|E|display=inline|name=Splügen Pass}}
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| 2,115 m || [[Col du Tourmalet]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Sainte-Marie-de-Campan]] & [[Luz-Saint-Sauveur]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|42|54|29.50|N|0|8|42.40|E|display=inline|name=Col du Tourmalet}}
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| 2,108 m || [[Col de Vars]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Paul-sur-Ubaye]] & [[Vars, Hautes-Alpes]] & [[Guillestre]] || || {{Coord|44|32|20|N|6|42|10|E|display=inline|name=Col de Vars}}
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| 2,107 m || [[Arolla]] || [[Valais Alps]] || {{SWI}} || dead end || [[Les Haudères]]-[[Arolla]] (canton of [[Valais]] || Highest point above Arolla || {{Coord|46|01|33|N|07|28|39|E|display=inline|name=Arolla}}
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| 2,106 m || [[Gotthard Pass]] (main road) || [[Lepontine Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Airolo]], [[Ticino]] & [[Göschenen]], [[Canton of Uri]] || || {{Coord|46.559167|N|08.561389|E|display=inline|name=Gotthard Pass (2106m)}}
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| 2,106 m || [[Gotthard Pass]] ([[Tremola San Gottardo|Tremola]]) || [[Lepontine Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || Motto Bartola, [[Ticino]] & Brüggloch, [[Canton of Uri]] || Historical road paved with granite stones || {{Coord|46.559167|N|08.561389|E|display=inline|name=Gotthard Pass (2106m)}}
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| 2,105 m || [[Falzarego Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Andráz]] & [[Cortina d'Ampezzo]] || || {{Coord|46|31|8|N|12|0|34|E|display=inline|name=Falzarego Pass (2105m)}}
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| 2,105 m || [[Skihaus Schönheben]] || [[Eastern alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Rojen, South Tyrol|Roia]] & [[Graun im Vinschgau|San Valentino alla Muta]] || ||
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| 2,103 m || Sella dell'Auccia || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || Giogo del Maniva and Passo di Croce Domini || Paved from Giogo del Maniva. Unpaved (at least partly) from Passo di Croce Domini. Not the highest point of the road but access to slightly higher points may be unpaved|| {{Coord|45|51|34|N|10|22|35|E|display=inline|name=Sella dell'Auccia (2103m)}}
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| 2,102 m || Lauchernalp || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Wiler (Lötschen)]]-[[Lauchernalp]] || || {{Coord|46|24|54|N|07|46|15|E|display=inline|name=Lauchernalp}}
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| 2,100 m || [[La Plagne]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Tarentaise Valley|Tarentaise]], ([[Savoie]]) || Ski area. [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 2,100 m || [[Col du Sabot]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Vaujany]] || ||
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| 2,100 m || [[Cirque de Troumouse]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Gèdre]] || ||
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| 2,099 m || Weritzalp || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Wiler (Lötschen)]]-Weritzalp || || {{Coord|46|25|18|N|07|47|33|E|display=inline|name=Weritzalp}}
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| 2,095 m || [[Thyon]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Hérémence]]-[[Thyon]] || || {{Coord|46|10|55|N|07|22|21|E|display=inline|name=Thyon}}
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| 2,094 m || [[Jaufenpass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Meran]] & [[Sterzing]] || || {{Coord|46.84|N|11.3075|E|display=inline|name=Jaufenpass (2094m)}}
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| 2,090 m || [[Stein Glacier]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || Hotel Steingletscher-Parkplatz || Starting point on the [[Susten Pass]] road (1,865 m), end at the foot of the western [[Stein Glacier]] tongue || {{Coord|46|42|48|N|08|24|58|E|display=inline|name=Steingletscher}}
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| 2,089 m || [[Col des Champs]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Martin-d'Entraunes]] & [[Colmars]] || ||
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| 2,083 m || Els Cortals d'Encamp || [[Pyrenees]] || {{AND}} || dead end || ||access road from Encamp ||
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| 2,081 m || [[Mont Cenis]] || [[Cottian Alps]][[Graian Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis]] & [[Moncenisio]], [[Susa]], ([[Italy]]) || possibly used by [[Hannibal]]. [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|45.260278|N|6.900833|E|display=inline|name=Mont Cenis}}
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| 2,080 m || [[Lac Besson]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Le Bourg-d'Oisans]] || After l'[[Alpe d'Huez]] ||
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| 2,080 m || Martelltal || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || [[Martell, South Tyrol|Martell]]-Hotel Paradiso del Cevedale || || {{Coord|46|29|11|N|10|41|03|E|display=inline|name=Hotel Paradiso del Cevedale}}
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| 2,072 m || [[Port de la Bonaigua]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Vielha]] and [[Esterri d'Aneu]] |||| {{Coord|42|39|50|N|0|58|55|E|display=inline|name=Port de la Bonaigua}}
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| 2,071 m || [[Bielerhöhe Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Montafon]] [[Vorarlberg]]) & [[Paznaun]] ([[Tyrol (state)]]) || || {{Coord|46.918056|N|10.095556|E|display=inline|name=Bielerhöhe Pass (2071m)}}
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| 2,070 m[[:ca:Fitxer:Coll de Pal (Bagà)|Coll de Pal]]{{Better source|reason=per WP:CIRCULAR|date=August 2015}} || [[Coll de Pal]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || || Access road from Bagà
|| {{Coord|42.3039|1.9223|display=inline|name=Coll de Pal (2070m)}}
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| 2,070 m ||R-285 Zelenchuksky District || [[Caucasus Mountains]] || {{RUS}} || dead-end (to [[BTA-6]] telescope) || [[Arkhyz]] ([[Russia]]) || || {{Coord|43.6462|41.4412195|display=inline|name=R-285}}|-
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| 2,068 m || Mandelon || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Hérémence]]-Mandelon || || {{Coord|46|07|52|N|07|24|41|E|display=inline|name=Mandelon}}
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| 2,067 m || [[Col de la Croix de Fer]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Le Bourg-d'Oisans]] & [[Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|45.2275|N|6.203333|E|display=inline|name=Col de la Croix de Fer (2067m)}}
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| 2,065 m || [[San Bernardino Pass]] || [[Pennine Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Thusis]] ([[Graubünden]]) & [[Bellinzona]] ([[Ticino]]) || || {{Coord|46.496111|N|9.170833|E|display=inline|name=San Bernardino Pass}}
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| 2,064 m || Alpe Campo || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || Sfazù-Alpe Campo || || {{Coord|46|24|05|N|10|07|07|E|display=inline|name=Alpe Campo}}
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| 2,058 m || [[Belmeken Dam Road]] || [[Rila Mountain]] || {{BUL}} || pass || [[Sestrimo village]] & [[Belmeken Dam]] || a part of the 2010 WRC Rally Bulgaria ||
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| 2,058 m || [[Col du Lautaret]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Le Bourg-d'Oisans]] & [[Briançon]] || a famous climb on the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|45.035278|N|6.405556|E|display=inline|name=Col du Lautaret (2058m)}}
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| 2,057 m || [[Passo Fedaia]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Canazei]] & [[Rocca Pietore]] & [[Marmolada]] || a famous climb on the [[Giro d'Italia]] || {{Coord|46|27|12.60|N|11|53|20.40|E|display=inline|name=Passo Fedaia}}
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| 2,055 m || [[Mangart road]] || [[Julian Alps]] || {{SLO}} || dead end || [[Log pod Mangrtom]] || highest paved climb in [[Slovenia]] ||
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| 2,052 m || [[Staller Sattel]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Sankt Jakob in Defereggen]] valley, ([[Tyrol (state)]]) & [[Rasen-Antholz]] valley, ([[South Tyrol]]) || || {{Coord|46.888056|N|12.200556|E|display=inline|name=Staller Sattel (2052m)}}
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| 2,050 m || [[Saint-Véran]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Château-Ville-Vieille]] & [[Saint-Véran]]|| ||
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| 2,050 m || [[Plateau de la Calme]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Odeillo]] || ||
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| 2,049 m || [[Nockalmstrasse, Eisentalhöhe]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Innerkrems]] & [[Ebene Reichenau]] || ||
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| 2,049 m || Steinigboda || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Nufenen]]-Steinigboda || || {{Coord|46|33|17|N|09|14|31|E|display=inline|name=Steinigboda}}
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| 2,048 m || [[Moosalp]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Bürchen]]-[[Törbel]] || || {{Coord|46|15|05|N|07|49|47|E|display=inline|name=Moosalp}}
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| 2,048 m || Salastrains || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[St. Moritz]]-Salastrains || || {{Coord|46|29|58|N|09|49|43|E|display=inline|name=Salastrains}}
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| 2,047 m || Les Fonds || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Cervières, Hautes-Alpes|Cervières]]|| ||
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| 2,047 m || [[Manghen Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || Borgo Valsugana and Molina di Fiemme || ||
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| 2,046 m || [[Oberalp Pass]] || [[Swiss Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Disentis]], [[Graubünden]] & [[Andermatt]], [[Canton of Uri]] || The [[Rhine]] springs from a source nearby ([[Tomasee]]) || {{Coord|46.659|N|8.671|E|display=inline|name=Oberalp Pass}}
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| 2,041 m || [[Puerto de la Ragua]] || [[Sierra Nevada (Spain)|Sierra Nevada]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Cherín]] & [[La Calahorra]] || ||
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| 2,040 m || [[Parking des Millefonts]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Valdeblore]]|| ||
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| 2,040 m || [[Puig de la Tossa]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Mont-Louis]]|| ||
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| 2,040 m || Marguns || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[St. Moritz]]-Suvretta-Marguns || || {{Coord|46|29|23|N|09|48|59|E|display=inline|name=Marguns}}
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| 2,039 m || Curnera || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || Surpalits-[[Lai da Curnera]] || Highest point west of Lai da Curnera dam || {{Coord|46|38|16|N|08|42|25|E|display=inline|name=Curnera}}
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| 2,037 m || Riederalp-Bettmeralp road || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Riederalp]]-[[Bettmeralp]] || Restricted access (both Riederalp and Bettmeralp are car-free resorts accessible only by aerial tramway), culminating point above [[Bettmersee]] || {{Coord|46|23|45|N|08|03|56|E|display=inline|name=Bettmeralp}}
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| 2,037 m || La Rabassa || [[Pyrenees]] || {{AND}} || dead end || || ||
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| 2,036 m || [[Puerto de Escúllar]] || [[Sierra de Baza]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Caniles]] & [[Abla]] || ||
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| 2,035 m || [[Colle Sestriere]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Sestriere]]. [[Pinerolo]] & [[Cesana Torinese]] || A starting and arrival point in the [[Tour de France]] and the [[Giro d'Italia]]. ||
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| 2,034 m || [[Transfăgărășan]] || [[Carpathian Mountains]] || {{ROM}} || pass || [[Cârțișoara]], [[Sibiu County|Sibiu]] ([[Transylvania]]) & [[Arefu]], [[Argeș County|Argeș]] ([[Wallachia]]) || Best Driving Road in the world ([[Top Gear (series 14)|Top Gear]])
| {{Coord|45|36|44|N|24|36|50|E|display=inline|format=}}
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| 2,032 m || Passo Valles || [[Dolomites]] [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || Paneveggio and Falcade || ||
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| 2,031 m || [[Boí Taüll Resort]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || [[Boí]] and [[Taüll]] || ||
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| 2,030 m || [[Courchevel Airport]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Courchevel]] || ||
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| 2,030 m || [[Refuge de Laval]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Névache]] || ||
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| 2,027 m || [[l'Ecot]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Bonneval-sur-Arc]] || ||
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| 2,022 m || Bussalp || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Grindelwald]]-Oberläger || || {{Coord|46|39|24|N|07|59|22|E|display=inline|name=Bussalp}}
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| [[Circa]] 2,020 m || Zillertaler Höhenstrasse{{cite web|title=Zillertaler Höhenstrassen|url=http://www.zillertaler-hoehenstrassen.com/cms/index.php?lang=eng|access… February 2015}} || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || Hippach and either Zellberg, Aschau in Zillertal, Ried in Zillertal or Kaltenbach depending on the variant you choose || I quoted the name of the road because I'm not sure of the name of the pass||
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| 2,017 m || [[Kühtai Saddle]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Oetz]] & [[Gries im Sellrain]] || || {{Coord|47.2161|N|11.0303|E|display=inline|name=Kühtai Saddle}}
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| 2,016 m || [[Lac des Bouillouses]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[La Llagonne]] || ||
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| 2,012 m || Pian Geirett || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Campo Blenio]]-Pian Geirett || || {{Coord|46|36|16|N|08|56|04|E|display=inline|name=Pian Geirett}}
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| 2,012 m || [[Plan-d'Amont Dam]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Aussois]] || ||
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| 2,010 m || Mittler Hütte || [[Alps]] || {{SWI}} || dead end || [[Arosa]]-Mittler Hütte || || {{Coord|46|47|11|N|09|39|45|E|display=inline|name=Mittler Hütte}}
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| 2,009 m || Route de la Vallée du [[Cristillan]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Ceillac]] || ||
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| 2,007 m || Dischma || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Davos]]-Dürrboden || || {{Coord|46|43|17|N|09|55|19|E|display=inline|name=Dischma}}
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| 2,006 m || [[Valtournenche]] || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || [[Châtillon, Aosta Valley|Châtillon]]-[[Breuil-Cervinia]] || Several streets in Breuil-Cervinia || {{Coord|45|56|54|N|07|37|52|E|display=inline|name=Breuil-Cervinia}}
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| 2,005 m || [[Simplon Pass]] || [[Pennine Alps]][[Lepontine Alps]] || {{SUI}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Brig, Switzerland]] & [[Domodossola]], [[Piedmont]] || Road [[European route E62|E62]], the highest point of the [[International E-road network|European route]] network in Europe. || {{Coord|46.251667|N|8.033333|E|display=inline|name=Simplon Pass (2005m)}}
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| 2,005 m || Alpe di Cava || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Malvaglia]]-Alpe di Cava || || {{Coord|46|21|35|N|09|02|01|E|display=inline|name=Alpe di Cava}}
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| 2,001 m || [[Port de Pailhères]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Mijanès]] & [[Ax-les-Thermes]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 2,000 m || Fideriser Heuberge || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || dead end || [[Fideris]]-Berghaus Arflina || || {{Coord|46|51|59|N|09|43|32|E|display=inline|name=Berghaus Arflina}}
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[[Col de Larche]] || [[Cottian Alps]][[Maritime Alps]] || {{ITA}}{{FRA}} || pass || [[Cuneo]] & [[Barcelonnette]] || ||
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| 1,993 m || [[Col de la Madeleine]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[La Chambre]], ([[Maurienne]]) & [[La Léchère]] / [[Feissons-sur-Isère]], ([[Tarentaise Valley]]) || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,993 m || [[Torre (Serra da Estrela)]] || [[Serra da Estrela]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Covilhã]] & [[Seia]] || Highest Point in Mainland Portugal ||
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| 1,992 m || [[Fuente del Chivo]] || [[Sierra de Híjar]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || || ||
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| 1,989 m || [[Rolle Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Predazzo]], [[Val di Fiemme]] & [[Fiera di Primiero]], [[Primiero|Primiero valley]] || ||
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| 1,985 m || [[San Marco Pass]] || [[Bergamo Alps]](Prealpi Orobie) || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Val Brembana]] & [[Valtellina]] || ||
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| 1,967 m || [[Cormet de Roselend]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Bourg-Saint-Maurice]] & [[Beaufort, Savoie]] || often used in Tour de France ||
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| 1,962 m || [[La Covatilla]] || [[Sierra de Béjar]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || [[Béjar]] || ||
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| 1,961 m || [[Grosse Scheidegg]] || [[Bernese Oberland]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Grindelwald]] & [[Meiringen]] || Open to bus traffic only. ||
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| 1,948 m || [[Klausen Pass]] || [[Swiss Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Urnerboden]], [[Canton of Uri]] & [[Linthal, Glarus|Linthal]], [[Canton of Glarus]] || ||
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| 1,946 m || [[Llano de las Ovejas]] || [[Montes de León]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Ponferrada]] & [[Nogar]] || ||
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| 1,946 m || [[Kráľova hoľa]] || [[Low Tatras]] || {{SVK}} || dead end || [[Šumiac]] || Highest road in Slovakia, leading to the summit of [[Kráľova hoľa]], where TV transmitter and mountain rescue service is located, utility road, closed for regular traffic. Only the upper part is paved.||
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| 1,934 m || [[Monte Crostis]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || [[Ravascletto]] & [[Ravascletto]] || Scheduled climb on the [[Giro d'Italia]] 2011 ||
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| 1,930 m || [[Tuixent – la Vansa]] || [[Pre-Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || [[Sant Llorenç de Morunys]] & [[Josa i Tuixén|Tuixent]] || Ski resort. Sideroad of the [[Coll de Port]]{{cite web |url=http://www.ramacabici.com/altimetrias/lavansa02.htm |title=Est. Esquí Tuixén-La Vansa (desde Tuixén) |publisher=Ramacabici |accessdate=6 February 2013}}|| {{Coord|42.214724|N|1.526765|E|display=inline|name=Tuixent – la Vansa}}
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| 1,930 m || [[Pico de las Nieves]] || [[Gran Canaria]], [[Canary Islands]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || || || {{Coord|27|57|43|N|15|34|18|W|display=inline|name=Pico de las Nieves}}
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| 1,930 m || [[Mount Olympus (Cyprus)]], [[Chionistra]] || [[Troodos Mountains]] || {{CYP}} || dead end || || This is the road to the highest mountain peak in Cyprus. It is located on the Troodos mountain range and it's known as Chionistra or Mount Olympus. There is a sky resort there as well as a radar station.|| {{Coord|34|56|10|N|32|51|45|E|display=inline|name=Chionistra}}
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| 1,925 m || [[Coll de la Creueta]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Alp, Spain|Alp]] and [[La Pobla de Lillet]] || ||
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| 1,924 m || [[Col du Glandon]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Bourg d'Oisans]] & [[Saint-Colomban-des-Villards]] & [[Col de la Croix de Fer]] & [[Saint-Sorlin-d'Arves]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,920 m || [[Col de Puymorens]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Ax-les-Thermes]] & [[Latour-de-Carol]] || bypassable by road and train Puymorens tunnels ||
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| 1,918 m || [[San Pellegrino Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Moena]] & [[Falcade]] || The [[Trevalli]] ski resort is located at the pass. ||
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| 1,916 m || [[Lukmanier Pass]] || [[Swiss Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Disentis]], [[Graubünden]] & [[Biasca]], [[Ticino]] || ||
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| 1,912 m || [[Mont Ventoux]] || stand alone in [[Provence]],periphery of the [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Malaucène]] & [[Sault, Vaucluse]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,911 m || [http://www.climbbybike.com/nl/beklimming.asp?Col=Gerlitzen---Gipfelstra… Gerlitzen Gipfelstrasse] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || dead end || [[Arriach]] || ||
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| 1,910 m || [[Rifugio Sapienza]] || [[Mount Etna]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || [[Catania]] & [[Rifugio Sapienza]] || ||
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| 1,909 m || [[Puerto de Peñanegra]] || [[Sierra de Villafranca]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Piedrahita]] and [[La Herguihuela]] || ||
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| 1,907 m || [[Sedlo]] || [[Durmitor]] || {{MNE}} || pass || [[Žabljak]] and [[Plužine]] || the highest paved mountain pass in the Montenegro.
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| 1,894 m || [[Hahntennjoch]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Imst]], [[Inn River]] & [[Elmen]], [[Lech (river)|Lech River]] || ||
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| 1,892 m || [[Croce Domini Pass]] || [[Italian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Bagolino]] & [[Bienno]] || ||
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| 1,892 m || [[Rasos de Peguera]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Berga]] & [[Vallcebre]] || ||
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| 1,883 m || [[Tonale Pass]] || [[Rhaetian Alps]][[Adamello-Presanella Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Valcamonica]] & [[Val di Sole]] || ||
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| 1,890 m || {{ill|it|Sella di Leonessa|Sella di Leonessa}} || [[Apennines]][[Terminillo]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Leonessa]] & [[Rieti]] || ||
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| 1,871 m || [[Campolongo Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Corvara, South Tyrol]] & [[Livinallongo del Col di Lana]] || a famous climb on the [[Maratona dles Dolomites]] cycle race. ||
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| 1,870 m || [[Col de Tende]] || [[Maritime Alps]] || {{FRA}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Nice]] / [[Tende]], [[Alpes-Maritimes]] & [[Cuneo]], [[Piedmont]] || ||
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| 1,860 m || [[Alpe d'Huez]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,858 m || [[Puerto de Navacerrada]] || [[Sierra de Guadarrama]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Siete Picos]] and [[Bola del Mundo]] || ||
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| 1,854 m || [[Col de Montgenèvre]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{FRA}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Briançon]] & [[Cesana Torinese]], [[Susa Valley]] || ||
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| 1,852 m || [[Mortirolo Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Mazzo di Valtellina]] & [[Monno]] / [[Edolo]] || a famous climb on the [[Giro d'Italia]] ||
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| 1,852 m || [[Vivione Pass]] || [[Bergamo Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Schilpario]], [[Val di Sclave]] & [[Paisco Loveno]], [[Val Camonica]] || ||
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| 1,845 m || [[Stoderzinken Alpenstraße]] || [[Dachstein Mountains]] || {{AUT}} || dead end || [[Gröbming]], [[Steiermark]] || ||
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| 1,841 m || [[Raubergstulsvegen]] || [[Jotunheimen]] || {{NOR}} || Dead end || [[Bøverdalen]], [[Juvasshytta]] || Highest road in Norway as well as Northern Europe. The road is private but usable by the public. The last 9 km are tolled. || {{Coord|61.677088|N|8.363214|E|display=inline|name=Juvasshytta}}
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| 1,840 m || [[Isola 2000]] || [[Alps]][[Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur]] || {{FRA}} || Dead end || [[Isola 2000]], ([[Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur]]) || Ski station near the [[Mercantour National Park]]. [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,840 m || El Peñón || [[Montes de León]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Truchas, León]] & [[Doney de la Requejada]] || || {{Coord|42|12|N|6|33|W|name=El Peñón}}
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| 1,837 m || [[Puerto de Fonte da Cova]] || [[Montes de León]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Sil (river)]] & [[La Baña]] || ||
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| 1,830 m || [[Puerto de Cotos]] || [[Sierra de Guadarrama]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Cuerda Larga]] and [[Peñalara]] || ||
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| 1,820 m || [[Puerto de Velefique]] || [[Sierra de los Filabres]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Velefique]] and [[Tíjola]] || ||
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| 1,818 m || [[Rua do Pico do Arieiro]] || [[Pico do Arieiro]] || {{flag|Madeira|name=Madeira}} || Dead end || [[Funchal]] to [[Pico do Arieiro]], [[Madeira]], [[Portugal]] || Leads to a restaurant at the top and a path that leads to the tallest peak on Madeira, [[Pico Ruivo]]. ||
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| 1,815 m || [[Maloja Pass]] || [[Swiss Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Engadin]], [[Graubünden]] & [[Val Bregaglia]], [[Chiavenna]], [[Italy]] || ||
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| 1,800 m || [[Collado de Toses]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Alp, Spain|Alp]] and [[Ribes de Freser]] || ||
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| 1,796 m || [[Puerto de la Morcuera]] || [[Sierra de Guadarrama]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Miraflores de la Sierra]] and [[Rascafría]] || ||
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| 1,795 m || [[Turracher Höhe Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Reichenau, Carinthia]] & [[Predlitz-Turrach]] || ||
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| 1,794 m || [[Col du Pourtalet]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}}{{ESP}} || pass || [[Laruns]], [[Oloron-Sainte-Marie]], [[Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques|Pau]] & [[Biescas]], [[Huesca]]|| ||
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| 1,793 m || [[Arlberg|Arlberg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Vorarlberg]] & [[Tyrol (state)]] || ||
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| 1,790 m || [[Plateau de Beille]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || Dead end || [[Tarascon-sur-Ariège]] & [[Ariège]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,790 m || [[Sella di Razzo]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Santo Stefano di Cadore]] & [[Sauris]] || ||
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| 1,788 m || [[Sölk Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Mur River]] valley & [[Enns River]] valley || ||
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| 1,778 m || [[Col de la Croix (Vaud)]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Bex]] & [[Les Diablerets]], ([[Vaud]]) || ||
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| 1,778 m || [[Puerto de Navafría]] || [[Sierra de Guadarrama]] || {{ESP}} || pass || || ||
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| 1,773 m || [[Forcella Staulanza]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Forno di Zoldo]] / [[Zoldo Alto]] & [[Selva di Cadore]] / [[Colle Santa Lucia]], [[Cadore|Cadore valley]] || ||
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| 1,773 m || [[Flexen Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Warth, Vorarlberg]], [[Lech am Arlberg]], [[Zürs]] & [[Klostertal]], [[Stuben]] || ||
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| 1,773 m || [[Superbagnères]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Bagnères-de-Luchon]] || Ski area. [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,772 m || [[Gamoniteiro]] || [[Asturias]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || || ||
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| 1,770 m || [[Fellhorn|Fellhorn Ski station]] || [[Allgäu Alps]] || {{GER}} || dead end || [[Oberstdorf]] || Ski area. {{Clarify|date=August 2011}} Elevation and detail || {{Coord|47.3491|N|10.2270|E|display=inline|name=Fellhorn Ski station}}
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| 1,762 m || [[Biokovo road]] || [[Biokovo]] || {{CRO}} || dead end || || highest paved climb in [[Croatia]] ||
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| 1,762 m || [[Col de l'Échelle]] || [[Cottian Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Briançon]], ([[Hautes-Alpes]]) & [[Bardonecchia]], Italy || ||
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| 1,761 m || [[Furkajoch]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Bregenzer Ach]], [[Damüls]] & [[Frutz River]], [[Laterns]] || ||
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| 1,760 m || [[Col de la Pierre St Martin]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}}{{ESP}} || pass || [[Oloron-Sainte-Marie]], ([[Pyrénées-Atlantiques]]) & [[Isaba]], ([[Navarra]]) || ||
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| 1,760 m || [[Col de Mantet]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Mantet]] & [[Sahorre]] ||{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?Col=Col-de-Mantet&qryMountainID=62… |title=Col de Mantet - Sahorre |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?Col=Col-de-Mantet&qryMountainID=62… |title=Col de Mantet - Mantet |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|42|28|53|N|2|18|51|E|display=inline|name=Col de Mantet}}
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| 1,760 m || [[Sella Ciampigotto]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Santo Stefano di Cadore]] & [[Laggio di Cadore]] || Ski area ||
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| 1,755 m || [[Port de Balès]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Ferrère]] & [[Bourg-d'Oueil]], [[Haute-Garonne]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,750 m || [[Kiener Alm]] || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Rio di Pusteria]] & [[Vandoies di Sotto]] ||{{cite web |url=http://www.quaeldich.de/paesse/kiener-alm/ |title=Kiener Alm (1750 m) |publisher=Quaeldich |language=German |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|46|50.323|N|11|41.371|E|display=inline|name=Kiener Alm}}
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| 1,738 m || [[Radstädter Tauern Pass]] || [[Radstädter Tauern]][[Central Eastern Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Bischofshofen]] with [[Sankt Michael im Lungau]] || At the pass is the [[Obertauern]] ski resort ||
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| 1,734 m || [[Mont Colombis]] || [[French Alps]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Théus]] || ||
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| 1,730 m || [[Chamrousse]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Chamrousse]], ([[Isère]]) || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,730 m || [[Monte Zoncolan]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Ovaro]] & ([[Sutrio]]) || A famous climb on the [[Giro d'Italia]]. Ski area ||
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| 1,728 m || [[Coll de Pradell]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Saldes]] and [[Sant Corneli]] || ||
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| 1,725 m || [[Port de Cantò]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Sort, Lleida]] and [[Adrall]] || ||
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| 1,720 m || [[Luz Ardiden]] || [[Pyrenees]][[Hautes-Pyrénées]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Luz-Saint-Sauveur]], ([[Hautes-Pyrénées]]) || Ski area. [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,710 m || [[Puerto de Piqueras]] || [[Iberian System]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Soria]] & [[Logroño]] || Partially bypassed by a tunnel since October 2008 ||
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| 1,709 m || [[Col d'Aubisque]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Laruns]] & [[Argelès-Gazost]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,708 m || [[La Farrapona]] / ([[Endriga]]) || [[Cantabrian Mountains]],[[Principality of Asturias]] || {{ESP}} || pass || from [[Aguino]], [[Veigas]] || Finish of [[Vuelta a España]] on 3 Sept 2011. The climb starts at 629m and gains 1079m to the pass.{{cite web |url=http://www.altimetrias.net/aspbk/verPuerto.asp?id=655 |title=FARRAPONA, LA por Somiedo |publisher=altimetrias.net |accessdate=12 October 2013}} The Asturian side has been fully paved, the [[Castile and León]] side is a passable dirt track. || {{coord|43.056975|N|6.089887|W|display=inline|name=Farrapona/Endriga}}
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| 1,708 m || [[Coll de Creu]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Matemale]] & [[Olette]] ||{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?qryMountainID=6745 |title=Coll de Creu - Olette |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?qryMountainID=6746 |title=Coll de Creu - Matemale |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|42|36|9|N|2|8|16|E|display=inline|name=Coll de Creu}}
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| 1,705 m || [[Katara Pass]] || [[Pindus]] || {{GRE}} || pass || [[Metsovo]] & [[Kalampaka]] || Until the completion of the [[Egnatia Odos (modern road)|Egnatia Odos (A-2)]] in April 2009, [[Greek National Road 6|GR-6]] was the northernmost highway link between eastern and western Greece ||
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| 1,702 m || [[Campo Carlo Magno]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Val Rendena]] & [[Val di Sole]] || ||
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| 1,702 m || [[Tremalzo Pass]] || [[Monte Tremalzo]](Garda mountains)[[Adamello-Presanella Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Tremosine]] [[Lake Garda]] & [[Storo]] / [[Lago d'Ampola]], [[Trentino]] || ||
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| 1,700 m || [[Col de Joux Plane]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Morzine]] & [[Samoëns]], ([[Haute-Savoie]]) || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,688 m || [[Nigerpass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Tierser Tal]] & [[Karerpass]], ([[South Tyrol]]) || ||
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| 1,683 m || [[La Cubilla]] || [[Asturias]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || || ||
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| 1,680 m || [[Col d'Andrion]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Roquebillière]] & [[Pont de la Lune]] || || {{Coord|43|59|58|N|7|14|12|E|display=inline|name=Col d'Andrion}}
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| 1,676 m || [[Hochtannberg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Warth, Vorarlberg]], [[Lech (river)|Lech River]] & [[Schoppernau]], [[Bregenzer Ache]], ([[Vorarlberg]]) || ||
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| 1,670 m || [[Sliezsky dom]] || [[High Tatras]] || {{SVK}} || dead end || [[Tatranská Polianka]] || Asphalt way to mountain hotel [[Sliezsky dom]] ||
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| 1,670 m || [[Puerto de Ancares]] || [[Serra dos Ancares]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Murias]] and [[Tejedo]] || ||
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| 1,669 m || [[Coll de Port]] || [[Pre-Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Sant Llorenç de Morunys]] & [[Josa i Tuixén|Tuixent]] || || {{Coord|42|12|36|N|1|33|5|E|display=inline|name=Coll de Port}}
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| 1,669 m || [[Pla d'Adet]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Lary-Soulan]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb of the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,668 m || [[Weinebene]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Deutschlandsberg]] & [[Wolfsberg]] || ||
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| 1,664 m || [[Maniva Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Collio]] || ||
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| 1,663 m || [[Brocon Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Castello Tesino]] & [[Canal San Bovo]] || The pass road was built between 1905 and 1908. ||
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| 1,657 m || [[Col des Saisies]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Villard-sur-Doron]] & [[Crest-Voland]], via [[Les Saisies]], [[Savoie]] || Les Saisies ski resort. ||
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| 1,652 m || [[Turó de l'Home]] || [[Catalan Pre-Coastal Range]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || [[Sant Celoni]] ||{{cite web |url=http://www.altimetrias.net/aspbk/verPuerto.asp?id=157 |title=Turó de L'Home por Sant Celoni |publisher=Altimetrias |language=Spanish |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|41|46|21|N|2|26|15|E|name=Turó de l'Home}}
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| 1,642 m || [[Klippitztörl Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Wolfsberg, Carinthia]] & [[Sankt Veit an der Glan]] ([[Kärnten]] (''Carinthia'')) || ||
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| 1,641 m || [[Katschberg Pass]] || [[Central Eastern Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Rennweg am Katschberg]], ([[Carinthia (state)]]) & [[Sankt Michael im Lungau]], ([[Salzburg (state)]]) || ||
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| 1,638 m || [[Col du Mollard]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Rhône-Alpes]] || ||
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| 1,636 m || [[Kreuzbergpass]] || [[Dolomites]][[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Puster Valley]], [[South Tyrol]] & [[Cadore]], [[Belluno]] || ||
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| 1,632 m || [[Somport]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}}{{ESP}} || pass || [[Oloron-Sainte-Marie]], ([[Pyrénées-Atlantiques]]) & [[Candanchú]] / [[Jaca]], ([[Huesca (province)]]) || bypassed by Somport tunnel since 2003 ||
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| 1,631 m || [[Pierre-sur-Haute]] || [[Massif Central]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Col du Béal]] || ||
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| 1,631 m || [[Wolfgang Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Klosters]] & [[Davos]], ([[Graubünden]]) || ||
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| 1,630 m || [[Monte Scuro]] || [[Apennine Mountains|Apennine]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Spezzano della Sila]], [[Camigliatello Silano]] || Ski area. || {{Coord|39.334837|N|16.398402|E|Display=Inline|name=Monte Scuro pass}}
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| 1,630 m || [[Pra Loup]] || [[Alps]][[Alpes-de-Haute-Provence]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Uvernet-Fours]], [[Barcelonnette]] || Ski area. [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,630 m || [[Godi Pass]] || [[Apennine Mountains|Apennine]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Scanno, Abruzzo|Scanno]], [[Villetta Barrea]] || Ski area. ||
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| 1,613 m || [[Col de la Colombière]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Cluses]], ([[Arve valley]]) & [[Le Grand-Bornand]], ([[Borne valley]]) || often used in the Tour de France ||
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| 1,613 m || [[Einödsbach]] || [[Alps]] || {{GER}} || dead end || [[Einödsbach]], ([[Oberstdorf]]) ([[Bavaria]]) || || {{Coord|47.3281|N|10.2681|E|Display=Inline|name=Einödsbach}}
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| 1,611 m || [[Glaubenbühl Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Flühli]], [[Lucerne]] & [[Giswil]], ([[Obwalden]]) || ||
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| 1,611 m || [[Vršič|Vršič pass]] || [[Julian Alps]] || {{SLO}} || pass || [[Kranjska Gora]] & [[Soča]] || highest pass in Slovenia, and the highest in the Eastern Julian AlpsGarwood, Duncan (2009). [https://books.google.com/books?id=YbtxTd95IjwC&pg=PA724 ''Mediterranean Europe'']. Lonely Planet. p. 724. ISBN 978-1-74104-856-8. ||
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| 1,609 m || [[San Glorio]] || [[Picos de Europa]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Potes]] & [[Riaño]] || On the border between Cantabria and [[Castile and León]]. From the pass, there is also a paved dead end for 2 km up to the Collado de Llesba viewpoint (1680 m).{{cite web |url=http://www.topwalks.net/en/picos_europa/coriscau.htm |title=Collado de Llesba - Coriscau |publisher=topwalks.net |accessdate=12 October 2013}} || {{coord|43.066975|N|4.765918|W|display=inline|name=San Glorio}}
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| 1,609 m || [[Val d'Ese]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Bastelica]] ||{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?col=Col-de-Sevi&qryMountainID=7167 |title=Val d'Ese - Bastelica |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|41|59|58|N|9|7|26|E|display=inline|name=Val d'Ese}}
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| 1,608 m || [[Gurnigel Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Riggisberg]] & [[Zollhaus]], ([[Bern]]) || ||
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| 1,607 m || [[Col de Turini]] || [[Alps]], [[Maritime Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Sospel]], [[Moulinet, Alpes-Maritimes|Moulinet]] & [[La Bollène-Vésubie]], ([[Arrondissement of Nice]]) || the focal point of the [[Monte Carlo Rally]] ||
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| 1,603 m || Na Śnieżkę || [[Sudetes]], [[Karkonosze]] || {{POL}} || peak || [[Karpacz]] - [[Śnieżka]] || permit required ||
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| 1,601 m || [[Duran Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Agordo]], [[Cordevole]] valley & [[Dont]], [[Zoldo]] valley. || ||
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| 1,600 m || [[Malbun]] || [[Alps]] || {{LIE}} || dead end || road from [[Steg (Liechtenstein)]] and [[Vaduz]], ([[Triesenberg]]) || Ski area ||
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| 1,589 m || [[Pas de Peyrol]] || [[Massif Central]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Aurillac]], [[Salers]], & [[Dienne]], ([[Auvergne (region)]]) || ||
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| 1,579 m || [[Passo di Pradarena]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Sillano]] & [[Ligonchio]] || Ski area Ospitaletto ||
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| 1,573 m || [[Alto de L'Angliru]] || [[Asturias]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || La Vega ([[Riosa]]) || paved to be a focal climb of the [[Vuelta a España]] || {{coord|43.221477|N|5.94241|W|display=inline|name=Alto de L'Angliru}}
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| 1,573 m || [[Port de Larrau]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}}{{ESP}} || pass || [[Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port]] ([[Pyrénées-Atlantiques]]) & [[Ochagavía]], ([[Navarre]]) || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,570 m || [[Bruncu Spina]] || [[Gennargentu]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || Small road off the main SP7 Fonni-Desulo || Road to [[Bruncu Spina]] ski area ||
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| 1,569 m || [[Col de Peyresourde]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Bagnères de Luchon]] & [[Arreau]] || a famous climb on the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,569 m || [[Les Agites]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Yvorne]] & [[La Lécherette]], ([[Vaud]]) || ||
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| 1,566 m || [[Col du Télégraphe]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne]] & [[Valloire]] / [[Briançon]] || a famous climb on the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,565 m || [[Beklemeto Pass]] || [[Balkan Mountains]] || {{BUL}} || pass || [[Troyan]] - [[Karnare]] || this was the Roman Via Trayana (Trajan road), and some of the Roman remains can still be seen ||
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| 1,560 m || [[Hautacam]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Beaucens]] || ski station. [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,552 m || [[Naßfeld Pass]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Kirchbach]] & [[Pontebba]] || ||
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| 1,552 m || [[Passo del Cason di Lanza]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Paularo]] & [[Pontebba]] || ||
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| 1,550 m || [[Pragel Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Muotathal]], [[Schwyz]] & [[Netstal]], [[Glarus]] || ||
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| 1,549 m || [[Lenzerheide (Pass)]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Chur]] & [[Tiefencastel]] ([[Graubünden]]) || ||
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| 1,547 m || [[Schwarzenbühl Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Guggisberg]] & [[Gurnigel Pass]] ([[Bern]]) || ||
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| 1,547 m || [[Gaberl Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Köflach]] & [[Mur River]] valley, [[Stubalpe]], ([[Styria]]) || ||
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| 1,546 m || [[Col du Pillon]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Aigle]], [[Le Sépey]] & [[Les Diablerets]], ([[Vaud]]) || ||
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| 1,543 m || [[Glaubenberg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Entlebuch]], [[Lucerne]] & [[Sarnen]], ([[Obwalden]]) || ||
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| 1,542 m || [[Forcella Lavardet]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Santo Stefano di Cadore]] & [[Prato Carnico]] || ||
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| 1,541 m || [[Col de Finiels]] || [[Massif Central]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Le Pont-de-Montvert]] & [[Le Bleymard]] || Pass over [[Mont Lozère]] ||
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| 1,540 m || [[Col du Soudet]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Vallée de Soule]] & [[Vallée de Barétous]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,529 m || [[Passo delle Radici]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Pievepelago]] & [[Castelnuovo di Garfagnana]] || ||
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| 1,527 m || [[Col de la Forclaz]] || [[Valais Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Martigny, Switzerland]] & [[Le Châtelard, Valais]] ([[Finhaut]]) || ||
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| 1,530 m || [[Cibiana Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Val Boite]] & [[Val di Zoldo]] || ||
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| 1,525 m || [[Monte Nerone]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || [[Cagli]] & [[Piobbico]] || ||
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| 1,525 m || [[Kartitscher Sattel]] || [[Dolomites]][[Carnic Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Sillian]], & [[Lesachtal]], [[Lienz]], ([[Tyrol (state)]]) || ||
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| 1,520 m || [[Col d'Azet]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Lary-Soulan]] & [[Génos, Hautes-Pyrénées|Génos]] || || {{Coord|42|47|31|N|0|22|52|E|display=inline|name=Col d'Azet}}
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| 1,518 m || [[Gampen Pass]] || [[Ortler Alps]][[South Tyrol]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Lana, South Tyrol]], [[Adige|Adige valley]] & [[Fondo]], [[Val di Non]] || ||
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| 1,513 m || [[Col d'Ares]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}}{{ESP}} || pass || [[Prats-de-Mollo-la-Preste|Prats-de-Mollo]] & [[Molló]], [[Catalonia]] || ||
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| 1,509 m || [[Jaun Pass]] || [[Swiss Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Charmey]], [[Fribourg]] & [[Boltigen]], ([[Bern]]) || ||
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| 1,504 m || [[Relais du Mont du Chat]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Le Bourget-du-Lac]] & [[Yenne]] || ||
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| 1,504 m || [[Reschen Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Nauders]], ([[Tyrol (state)]]) & [[Mals]], ([[South Tyrol]]) || ||
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| 1,502 m || [[Chasseral Pass]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || ([[Bern]]) || ||
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| 1,501 m || [[Col du Grand Colombier]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Virieu-le-Petit]] & [[Culoz]] || ||
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| 1,500 m || [[Gerlos Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Oberpinzgau]], [[Wald im Pinzgau]], ([[Salzburg]]) & [[Gerlos]], [[Ziller River]], ([[Tyrol (state)]]) || ||
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| 1,491 m || [[Praděd]] || [[Hrubý Jeseník]] || {{CZE}} || dead end || || ||
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| 1,489 m || [[Col d'Aspin]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Sainte-Marie-de-Campan]] & [[Arreau]] || a famous climb on the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,486 m || [[Col des Aravis]] || [[Alps]][[Haute-Savoie]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[La Clusaz]], ([[Haute-Savoie]]) & [[La Giettaz]], ([[Savoie]]) || ||
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| 1,476 m || [[Dalsnibba]] || [[Scandinavian Mountains]] || {{NOR}} || summit, dead end || [[Møre og Romsdal]] || Asphalt 2013http://www.sunnmoringen.no/nyhende/article432292.ece accessed 15 October 2013 ||
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| 1,474 m || [[Col du Soulor]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Argelès-Gazost]] & [[Arthez-d'Asson]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,470 m || [[Col de Vergio]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Évisa]] & [[Calacuccia]] || Highest paved mountain road pass in [[Corsica]].{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=QQSh1dC1JI8C&pg=PA66 |title=90 virées à moto: France |publisher=Michelin |language=French |year=2011 |isbn=978-2-067-15465-0}} || {{Coord|42|17|24|N|8|52|43|E|display=inline|name=Col de Vergio}}
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| 1,461 m || [[Col des Montets]] || [[Rhône-Alpes]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Martigny]] & [[Chamonix]] || || {{Coord|46.00381|N|6.92357|E|display=inline|name=Col des Montets}}
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| 1,450 m || [[Haut Asco]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Ponte Leccia]] || Abandoned ski resort.{{cite web |url=http://pistehors.com/backcountry/wiki/Corsica/Haut-Asco |title=Haut Asco |publisher=PisteHors |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://membres.multimania.fr/sommets/Corsica2006/369Asco.pdf |title=Haut-Asco (1450m) |language=French |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|42.403147|N|8.92347|E|display=inline|name=Haut Asco}}
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| 1,450 m || [[Sassotetto - Fonte Lardina]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Bolognola]] & [[Sarnano]] || Ski area ||
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| 1,447 m || [[Col du Marchairuz]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Le Brassus]] & [[Bière]], ([[Vaud]]) || ||
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| 1,445 m || [[Col des Mosses]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Aigle]] & [[Château-d'Œx]] || ||
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| 1,434 m || [[Sognefjellsvegen|Fantestein, Sognefjell]] || [[Scandinavian Mountains]] || {{NOR}} || pass || [[Oppland]] || The highest public road in Scandinavia, always closed in winter || {{Coord|61.5639|N|7.89|E|display=inline|name=Sognefjell (1434m)}}
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| 1,434 m || [[Mont Caro]] || [[Catalan Pre-Coastal Range]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || [[Tortosa]] ||1434m{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?qryMountainID=4677 |title=Mont Caro - Tortosa |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://www.altimetrias.net/aspbk/verPuerto.asp?id=169 |title=Mont Caro by Tortosa |publisher=Altimetrias |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|40|48|11|N|0|20|35|E|name=Mont Caro}}
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| 1,432 m || [[Col de Portel]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Girons, Ariège]] & [[Serres-sur-Arget]], [[Foix]] || ||
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| 1,416 m || [[Prislop Pass]] || [[Rodna Mountains]][[Eastern Carpathians]] || {{ROM}} || pass || [[Maramureș (historical region)|Maramureș]] & [[Bukovina]] || ||
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| 1,415 m || [[Puy de Dôme]] || [[Chaîne des Puys]][[Massif Central]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Clermont-Ferrand]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] ||
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| 1,410 m || [[Petrohan Pass]] || [[Balkan Mountains]] || {{BUL}} || pass || [[Sofia]] - [[Montana]] || ||
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| 1,410 m || {{ill|pl|Oswald Balzer Road|Droga Oswalda Balzera}} || [[Tatra Mountains]] || {{POL}} || dead end || [[Zakopane]] - [[Morskie Oko]] || permit required ||
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| 1,407m || [[Riedberg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{GER}} || pass || [[Obermaiselstein]] & [[Balderschwang]] || Highest pass in Germany || {{Coord|47.4374|N|10.1735|E|display=inline|name=Riedberg Pass}}
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| 1,406 m || [[Ibergeregg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Schwyz]] & [[Oberiberg]], ([[Schwyz (canton)]]) || ||
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| 1,400 m || [[Flattnitz Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Pettenbach]], [[Gurk River]] & [[Stadl an der Mur]], ([[Styria]]) || ||
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| 1,398 m || [[Ächerli Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Kerns]], [[Obwalden]] & [[Dallenwil]], [[Nidwalden]] || ||
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| 1,395 m || [[Alpe di Neggia]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Vira (Gambarogno)|Vira]] & [[Indemini]] || ||
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| 1,390 m || [[Valdesflya]]Highway 51 || [[Scandinavian Mountains]] || {{NOR}} || pass || [[Fagernes]] & [[Ottadalen]] || || {{coord|61.38965|N|8.810349|E|display=inline}}
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| 1,388 m || [[Passo dell'Abetone]] || [[ppennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Fiumalbo]] & [[Cutigliano]] || Ski area ||
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| 1,380 m || [[Ax 3 Domaines]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Ax-les-Thermes]] || Ski area ||
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| 1,378 m || [[Puerto Pajares]] || [[Asturias]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Asturias]] & León || ||
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| 1,375 m || [[Bergeries de Grotelle]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Corte, Haute-Corse|Corte]] ||{{cite web |url=http://travel.viamichelin.com/web/Destination/France-Corte/Tourist_Site…- |title=Bergeries de Grotelle |publisher=Michelin |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|42.23065|N|9.0326|E|display=inline|name=Bergeries de Grotelle}}
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| 1,370 m || [[Crêt de L'Œillon]] || [[Massif Central]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || || [[Pilat Regional Natural Park]] ||
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| 1,370 m || [[Brenner Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Sterzing]], [[Gries am Brenner]] & [[Matrei am Brenner]] || ||
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| 1,370 m || [[Dienten Saddle]] || [[Berchtesgaden Alps]][[Salzburg Slate Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Bischofshofen]] & [[Saalfelden]] || ||
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| 1,367 m || [[Loibl Pass|''Ljubelj'' or ''Loibl'']] || [[Karavanke|Karavanke chain]][[Southern Limestone Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{SLO}} || pass || [[Ferlach]], [[Carinthia (state)]] & [[Tržič]], [[Upper Carniola]] || ||
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| 1,363 m || [[Mendelpass]] || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Bolzano]] & [[Fondo]] || ||
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| 1,361 m || [[Cereda Pass]] || [[Dolomites]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Agordo]], [[Cordevole|Cordevole valley]] & [[Fiera di Primiero]] || ||
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| 1,360 m || [[Col d'Ornon]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Bourg d'Oisans]] & [[La Mure]] || ||
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| 1,360 m || [[Pas de Morgins]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}}{{FRA}} || pass || [[Monthey]], [[Valais]] & [[Abondance, Haute-Savoie]] || ||
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| 1,357 m || [[Plöcken Pass]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{ITA}} || pass || [[Kötschach-Mauthen]], [[Carinthia (state)|Carinthia]] & [[Tolmezzo]], [[Friuli-Venezia Giulia]] || ||
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| 1,355 m || [[Puerto de Piedrasluengas]] || [[Cordillera Cantábrica]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Cervera de Pisuerga]], [[Castile and León]] (CL-627) and [[Potes]], [[Cantabria]] (CA-184) || Panoramic viewpoint towards the [[Picos de Europa]] (Mirador de Piedrasluegas) || {{coord|43.041293|N|4.458175|W|display=inline|name=Puerto de Piedrasluengas}}
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| 1,349 m || [[Col de Menté]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Béat]] & [[Aspet]], [[Col de Portet d'Aspet]], ([[Haute-Garonne]]) || ||
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| 1,347 m || [[Soboth Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Soboth]] & [[Lavamünd]] || ||
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| 1,347 m || [[Puerto de San Lorenzo]] || [[Asturias]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[La Riera]] & [[Teverga]] || ||
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| 1,343 m || [[Col du Grand Ballon]] || [[Vosges]] || {{FRA}} || pass || || ||
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| 1,340 m || [[Mount Limbara|Monte Limbara]] || [[Sardinia]] || {{ITA}} || dead end || [[Tempio Pausania]] ||{{cite web |url=http://www.cicloturismo-news.info/2012/05/sardegna-in-bici-sul-monte-li… |title=Sardegna: in bici sul Monte Limbara, le Dolomiti Sarde |publisher=Cicloturismo News |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|40|50|59|N|9|10|31|E|display=inline|name=Monte Limbara}}
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| 1,338 m || [[Pavlič Pass]][[Paulitschsattel]] || [[Kamnik–Savinja Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{SLO}} || pass || [[Bad Eisenkappel]] / [[Seebergsattel]], [[Carinthia (state)|Carinthia]] & [[Solčava]], [[Lower Styria]] || ||
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| 1,323 m || [[Col de la Faucille]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Gex, Ain]] & [[Les Rousses]], [[Saint-Claude, Jura]], ([[Jura (department)]]) || ||
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| 1,311 m || [[Col de Sorba]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Vivario]] & [[Ghisoni]] || || {{Coord|42|8|39|N|9|11|26|E|display=inline|name=Col de Sorba}}
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| 1,306 m || [[Snow Road]][[Snøveien]] || [[Scandinavian Mountains]] || {{NOR}} || pass || [[Aurland]] & [[Lærdal]] || || {{coord|60.964027|N|7.358522|E|display=inline}}
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| 1,300 m || [[Capannelle Pass]] || [[Gran Sasso]][[Apennine Mountains]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Arischia]] [[Province of L'Aquila]] & [[Province of Teramo]] || ||
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| 1,298 m || [[Mauria Pass]] || [[Dolomites]][[Eastern Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Lorenzago di Cadore]], [[Veneto]] & [[Forni di sopra]], [[Friuli]] || ||
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| 1,298 m || [[Feistritzsattel]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Ursprung Pass]], [[Otterthal]], [[Lower Austria]] & [[Rettenegg]], ([[Weiz (district)]]) || ||
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| 1,296 m || [[Passo La Calla]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Santa Sofia, Emilia–Romagna|Santa Sofia]] & [[Stia]] || ||
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| 1,293 m || [[Col de l'Aiguillon]] || [[Jura Mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[L'Auberson]] & [[Baulmes]], ([[Vaud]]) || ||
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| 1,291 m || [[Filzen Saddle]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Bezirk Zell am See]] & [[Urslau]] || ||
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| 1,291 m || [[Pitões das Júnias]] || [[Serra do Gerês]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Pitões das Júnias]] & [[Calvos de Randin]] (ESP) || ||
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| 1,289 m || [[Col de Verde]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Ghisoni]] & [[Cozzano]] || || {{Coord|42|01|41|N|9|11|42|E|display=inline|name=Col de Verde}}
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| 1,284 m || [[Weissenstein Pass]] || [[Jura Mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Oberdorf, Solothurn]] & [[Gänsbrunnen]] || ||
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| 1,282 m || [[Vue des Alpes]] || [[Jura Mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[La Chaux-de-Fonds]] & [[Neuchâtel]] || ||
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| 1,280 m || [[Tourém]] || [[Serra do Gerês]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Tourém]] & [[Covelães]] || ||
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| 1,279 m || [[Saanenmöser Pass]] || [[Bernese Oberland]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Zweisimmen]] & [[Saanen]] || ||
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| 1,278 m || [[Schwägalp Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Toggenburg]], [[St. Gallen]] & [[Urnäsch]], [[Appenzell Ausserrhoden]] || ||
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| 1,273 m || [[Pass Thurn - Seehöhe]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Kitzbuhel]], [[Mittersill]] || ||
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| 1,274 m || [[Triebener Tauern Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Judenburg]], [[Mur River|Mur valley]] & [[Trieben]] || ||
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| 1,261 m || [[Passo del Cerreto]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Collagna]] & [[Fivizzano]] || ||
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| 1,253 m || [[Styrian Seeberg Pass]][[Aflenzer Seeberg]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Mariazell]] & [[Bruck an der Mur]] || ||
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| 1,250 m || [[Hardangervidda]] || [[Scandinavian Mountains]] || {{NOR}} || pass || [[Eidfjord (village)|Eidfjord]] & [[Geilo]] || [[Norwegian National Road 7]], a much-used road between Oslo-Bergen, however often closed in winter. || {{coord|60.368265|N|7.503061|E|display=inline}}
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| 1,228 m || [[Col de la Givrine]] || [[Jura Mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Nyon]], ([[Vaud]]) & [[Morez]], ([[Franche-Comté]]) || ||
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| 1,227 m || [[Col du Mont Crosin]] || [[Jura Mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Canton of Bern]] || ||
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| 1,226 m || [[Präbichl]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Eisenerz]] & [[Leoben]], ([[Styria]]) || ||
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| 1,249 m || [[Col de Port]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Massat]] & [[Tarascon-sur-Ariège]] || ||
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| 1,246 m || [[Col Bayard]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[La Mure]] & [[Gap, Hautes-Alpes]] || ||
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| 1,232 m || [[Čertovica]] || [[Low Tatras]] || {{SVK}} || pass || [[Liptov]] & [[Horehronie]] || ||
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| 1,221 m || [[Niederalpl Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Wegscheid]] & [[Mürzsteg]] || ||
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| 1,218 m || [[Col de Bavella]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Sari-Solenzara]] & [[Zonza]] || || {{Coord|41|47|45|N|9|13|28|E|display=inline|name=Coll de Bavella}}
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| 1,218 m || [[Seebergsattel]] || [[Karavanke|Karavanke mountains]][[Kamnik–Savinja Alps]]([[Southern Limestone Alps]]) || {{AUT}}{{SLO}} || pass || [[Bad Eisenkappel]], ([[Carinthia (state)]]) & [[Jezersko, Slovenia]]|| ||
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| 1,212 m || [[Fern Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Ehrwald]], [[Blindsee]] & [[Nassereith]], [[Tarrenz]] || ||
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| 1,209 m || [[Iselsberg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[East Tyrol]], ([[Tyrol (state)]]) & [[Möll River]], ([[Carinthia (state)]]) || ||
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| 1,204 m || [[Passwang Pass]] || [[Jura Mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Mümliswil]] & [[Reigoldswil]] || ||
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| 1,201 m || [[Tihuţa Pass]] || [[Carpathian Mountains]] || {{ROM}} || pass || [[Bistriţa]], ([[Transylvania]]) & [[Vatra Dornei]] ([[Bukovina]]) || ||
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| 1,201 m || [[Col de la Croix de Chaubouret]] || [[Massif Central]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Étienne]] & [[Bourg-Argental]]|| ||
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| 1,200 m || [[Feldberg Pass]] || [[Alps]][[Black Forest]] || {{GER}} || pass || [[Todtnau]] & [[Titisee-Neustadt]] || ||
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| 1,200 m || [[Passo di Lagastrello]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Comano, Tuscany|Comano]] & [[Monchio delle Corti]] || ||
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| 1,198 m || [[Przełęcz Karkonoska]] || [[Karkonosze]] || {{POL}}{{CZE}} || pass || [[Špindlerův Mlýn]] & [[Jelenia Góra]] || ||
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| 1,193 m || [[Col de la Vaccia]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Olivese]] & [[Guitera-les-Bains]] & [[Loreto-di-Tallano]] || {{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?col=Col-de-Sevi&qryMountainID=6467 |title=Col de Vaccia - Loreto di Tallano |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?col=Col-de-Sevi&qryMountainID=6468 |title=Col de Vaccia - Guitera les Bains |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?col=Col-de-Sevi&qryMountainID=6469 |title=Col de Vaccia - Olivese |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|41|49|19|N|9|5|5|E|display=inline|name=Col de la Vaccia}}
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| 1,193 m || [[Col de Scalella]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Tavera]] & [[Bastelica]] || || {{Coord|42|2|31|N|9|2|6|E|display=inline|name=Col de Scalella}}
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| 1,191 m || [[Shipka Pass]] || [[Balkan Mountains]] || {{BUL}} || pass || [[Gabrovo]] - [[Kazanlak]] || 1877 - [[Battle of Shipka Pass]] || {{coord|42|45|18|N|25|19|8|E|type:pass_region:BG}}
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| 1,190 m || [[Sattelegg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Siebnen]] & [[Willerzell]], ([[Canton of Schwyz]]) || ||
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| 1,190 m || [[Sella Nevea]] || [[Julian Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Tarvisio]] & [[Chiusaforte]], [[Cave del Predil]], [[Udine]] || ||
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| 1,180 m || [[Col du Mollendruz]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[L'Isle]] & [[Les Charbonnières]], ([[Canton of Vaud]]) || ||
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| 1,179 m || [[Col de la Croix Haute]] || [[Dauphiné Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Clelles]], [[Mens]], ([[Isère]]) & [[Lus-la-Croix-Haute]], ([[Drôme]]) || ||
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| 1,178 m || [[Oberjoch Pass]] || [[Allgäu Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Bad Hindelang]] & [[Schattwald]] & [[Jungholz]] || Between 1938 and 1945 the pass was called "Adolf-Hitler-Pass". ||
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| 1,173 m || [[Passo dei Mandrioli]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Bagno di Romagna]] & [[Badia Prataglia]] || ||
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| 1,171 m || [[Col du Ballon d'Alsace]] || [[Vosges Mountains]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Maurice-sur-Moselle]] ([[Vosges]]) & [[Masevaux]] ([[Haut-Rhin]]) and [[Belfort]] || the first official mountain climb in the [[Tour de France]] on 11 July 1905{{cite web|url=http://www.letour.fr/2009/TDF/COURSE/docs/histo2009_02.pdf |title=L'Histoire 1903-2008 |publisher=[[Amaury Sport Organisation]]|format=pdf |language=French|accessdate=23 July 2012}} || {{Coord|47|49|13.5|N|6|50|6|E|display=inline|name=Col du Ballon d'Alsace }}
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| 1,170 m || [[La Tourne]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Les Ponts-de-Martel]] & [[Montmollin]], ([[Canton of Neuchâtel]]) || ||
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| 1,169 m || [[Packsattel]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Pack, Styria]] & [[Preitenegg]] || ||
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| 1,167 m || [[Schallenberg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Steffisburg]] & [[Marbach, Lucerne]], ([[Canton of Bern]]) || ||
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| 1,164 m || [[Gottschalkenberg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || ([[Canton of Zug]]) || ||
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| 1,161 m || [[Col de la République]] || [[Rhône-Alpes]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Étienne]], [[Annonay]] || climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|45|19|58|N|4|28|49|E|display=inline|name=Col de la République}}
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| 1,160 m || [[Col de Vizzavona]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Bocognano]] & [[Vivario]] || || {{Coord|42|06|42|N|9|6|44|E|display=inline|name=Col de Vizzavona}}
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| 1,160 m || [[La Ruchère-en-Chartreuse]] || [[Alps]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Saint-Pierre-d'Entremont, Isère|Saint-Pierre-d'Entremont]], [[Saint-Christophe-sur-Guiers]] || [[Hors catégorie]] climb in the [[Tour de France]] || {{Coord|45|23|9.18|N|5|48|0.65|E|display=inline|name=La Ruchère-en-Chartreuse}}
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| 1,160 m || [[Perdikaki-Patiopoulo Pass]] || [[Makrynoros|Makrynoros mountains]] || {{GRE}} || pass || [[Perdikaki]] & [[Patiopoulo]] || {{Clarify|date=August 2011}} Evidence needed of altitude and paved road. ||
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| 1,160 m || [[Čierny Váh]] dam || [[Low Tatras]] || {{SVK}} || dead end || [[Svarín]], [[Kráľova Lehota]] || Asphalt road to upper reservoir of [[pumped storage power station]] [[Čierny Váh]] ||
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| 1,156 m || [[Predil Pass]] || [[Julian Alps]] || {{ITA}}{{SLO}} || pass || [[Tarvisio]] & [[Bovec]], [[Log pod Mangartom]], [[Strmec na Predelu]] ([[Soča]] valley) || ||
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| 1,152 m || [[Col des Etroits]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Yverdon-les-Bains|Yverdon]] & [[Fleurier]], ([[Canton of Vaud]]) || ||
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| 1,151 m || [[Schelten Pass]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Mervelier]], ([[Canton of Jura]]) & [[Ramiswil]], ([[Canton of Solothurn]]) || ||
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| 1,150 m || [[Polana Smytnia]] || [[Tatra Mountains]] || {{POL}} || dead end || from [[Gmina Kościelisko]] || {{Clarify|date=August 2011}} elevation and detail || {{Coord|49.22870|N|19.85895|E|display=inline|name=Polana Smytnia}}
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| 1,148 m || [[Mont Agel]] || [[Maritime Alps]] || {{FRA}}{{MON}} || dead end || [[Monaco]], [[La Turbie]] to [[Nice Air Base]], || paved road to [[Nice Air Base]] may be restricted access. {{Clarify|date=August 2011}} Monaco is the foot of Mount Agel. ||
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| 1,143 m || [[Sendim]] || [[Serra do Gerês]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Montalegre]] & [[Baltar, Ourense]] (ESP) || ||
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| 1,134 m || [[Col du Granier]] || [[Rhône-Alpes]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Entremont-le-Vieux]] & [[Chambéry]] || ||{{Coord|45|28|48.2|N|5|54|52.2|E|display=inline|name=Col du Granier }}
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| 1,130 m || [[Mare de Déu del Mont]] || [[Pre-Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}} || dead end || ||1130m{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?qryMountainID=4648 |title=Mare de Deu del Mont - Hostal |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|42|15|32|N|2|42|21|E|name=Mare de Déu del Mont}}
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| 1,129 m || [[Valico di San Fermo]] || [[Apennine Mountains]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Cabella Ligure]], ([[Piedmont]]) & [[Vobbia]], ([[Liguria]]) || ||
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| 1,125 m || [[Zellerrain Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Gschnaidt]] & [[Stiwoll]] || ||
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| 1,121 m || [[Col des Issartets]] || [[Massif Central]] || {{FRA}} || pass || between [[Aumont-Aubrac]] & [[Marvejols]] || Highest point reached by motorway in France and Europe || ||
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| 1,120 m || [[Polana Chochołowska]] || [[Tatra Mountains]] || {{POL}} || dead end || from [[Gmina Kościelisko]] || {{Clarify|date=August 2011}} elevation and detail || {{coord|49.2359|N|19.7895|E|display=inline|name=Polana Chochołowska}}
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| 1,120 m || [[Polana Olczyska]] || [[Tatra Mountains]] || {{POL}} || dead end || from [[Zakopane]] || {{Clarify|date=August 2011}} elevation and detail || {{coord|49.266|N|20.0008|E|display=inline|name=Polana Olczyska}}
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| 1,120 m || [[Siklawica, Strążyska valley]] || [[Tatra Mountains]] || {{POL}} || dead end || from [[Zakopane]] || {{Clarify|date=August 2011}} elevation and detail || {{coord|49.2625|N|19.9301|E|display=inline|name=Siklawica, Strążyska valley}}
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| 1,117 m || [[Norwegian_County_Road_53|Tyin–Årdal]] || [[Scandinavian mountains]] || {{NOR}} || pass || || ||
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| 1,111 m || [[Kerschbaum Saddle]] || [[Kitzbühel Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Reith im Alpbachtal]], [[Inntal]] & [[Hart im Zillertal]] || ||
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| 1,110 m || [[Les Pontins]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || ([[Canton of Bern]]) || ||
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| 1,110 m || [[Windische Höhe Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Sankt Stefan im Gailtal]], ([[Gail River]] valley) & [[Feistritz an der Drau]], ([[Drava|Drau River valley]]) || ||
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| 1,105 m || [[St. Anton Pass]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Ruppen Pass]], ([[Appenzell]]) & [[Oberegg, St. Gallen]], ([[Canton of St. Gallen]]) || ||
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| 1,101 m || [[Col de Sevi]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Vico, Corse-du-Sud|Sagone]] & [[Porto Marina]] || {{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?col=Col-de-Sevi&qryMountainID=6425 |title=Col de Sevi - Porto Marina |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?col=Col-de-Sevi&qryMountainID=6426 |title=Col de Sevi - Sagone |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}}{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?col=Col-de-Sevi&qryMountainID=6427 |title=Col de Sevi - Pont de Belfiori |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|42|13|24|N|8|49|48|E|display=inline|name=Col de Sevi}}
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| 1,100 m || [[Avoriaz]] || [[Portes du Soleil]][[Portes du Soleil]] || {{FRA}} || dead end || [[Morzine]], [[Geneva]] || ||
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| 1,100 m || [[Monte Petrano]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Cagli]] & [[Cantiano]] || ||
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| 1,099m || [[Bocca di Battaglia]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Regino]] & ? || || {{Coord|42|32|59|N|9|0|17|E|display=inline|name=Bocca di Battaglia}}
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| 1,099 m || [[Belchenflue Pass]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Basel-Country]] and [[Solothurn (canton)|Solothurn]] || ||
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| 1,090 m || [[Wildhaus Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Gams]] & [[Unterwasser]], ([[Canton of St. Gallen]]) || ||
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| 1,082 m || [[Lamas de Olo]] || [[Serra do Marão]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Mondim de Basto]] & [[Vila Real, Portugal]] || ||
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| 1,082 m || [[Ammer Saddle]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{GER}} || pass || [[Ettal]], near [[Oberammergau]], ([[Landkreis Garmisch-Partenkirchen]]) & [[Reutte]], ([[Tyrol (state)]]) || ||
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| 1,078 m || [[Balmberg Pass]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Welschenrohr]] & [[Günsberg]], ([[Solothurn (canton)|Solothurn]]) || ||
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| 1,077 m || [[Raten Pass]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Oberägeri]] & [[Biberbrugg]], ([[Canton of Zug]]) || ||
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| 1,076 m || [[Forcella di Lius]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Paularo]] & [[Ligosullo]] || ||
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| 1,074 m || [[Kreuzbergsattel]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Greifenburg]] & [[Hermagor (district)]], ([[Carinthia (state)]]) || ||
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| 1,073 m || [[Wurzen Pass]] || [[Karavanke|Karavanke mountains]][[Southern Limestone Alps]] || {{AUT}}{{SLO}} || pass || [[Arnoldstein]], [[Carinthia (state)|Carinthia]] & [[Kranjska Gora]] || ||
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| 1,070 m || [[Vila Pouca]] || [[Serra do Marão]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Vila Pouca de Aguiar]] & [[Vila Real, Portugal]] || Highest Highway in Portugal ||
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| 1,070 m || [[Preiner Gscheid Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Kapellen, Styria]] & [[Reichenau an der Rax]] || ||
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| 1,069 m || [[Col de Portet d'Aspet]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Audressein|Audressein, Ariège]] & [[Aspet, Haute-Garonne]] || ||
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| 1,060 m || [[Col du Mont d'Orzeires]] || [[Jura Mountains|Jura mountains]] || {{SUI}} || pass || ([[Canton of Vaud]]) || ||
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| 1,057 m || [[Roncevaux Pass]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{ESP}}{{FRA}} || pass || [[Roncesvalles]], ([[Spain]]) & [[Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port]], ([[France]]) || the pass is entirely located in Spain. an important point on the [[Way of St James]] for pilgrimage to [[Santiago de Compostela]]. ||
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| 1,052 m || [[Passo di Monte Rest]] || [[Carnic Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Tramonti di Sopra]] & [[Socchieve]] || ||
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| 1,051 m || [[Cerdedo]] || [[Serra do Gerês]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Salto, Portugal]] & [[Dornelas (Amares)]] || ||
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| 1,050 m || [[Passo della Consuma]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Pontassieve]] & [[Poppi]] || ||
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| 1,049 m || [[Bocca Trabaria]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[San Giustino]] & [[Mercatello sul Metauro]] || ||
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| 1,049 m || [[Senhora das Neves]] || [[Serra de Bornes]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Sambade]] & [[Bornes]] || ||
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| 1,046 m || [[Okraj]] || [[Karkonosze]] || {{POL}}{{CZE}} || pass || [[Malá Úpa]] & [[Jelenia Góra]], [[Trutnov]] || ||
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| 1,043 m || [[Llogara Pass|Qafa e Llogarasë]] || [[Ceraunian Mountains]] || {{ALB}} || pass || [[Dhërmi]] & [[Orikum]] || || {{Coord|40|11|49|N|19|35|51|E|display=inline|name=Qafa e Llogarasë}}
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| 1,041 m || [[Cisa Pass]] || [[Apennine Mountains]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Berceto]] ([[Emilia-Romagna]]) & [[Pontremoli]] ([[Tuscany]]) || ||
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| 1,039m || [[Bocca di Tana]] || [[Corsica]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Petreto-Bicchisano]] & [[Moca-Croce]] ||{{cite web |url=http://www.climbbybike.com/climb.asp?Col=Bocca-di-Tana&qryMountainID=57… |title=Bocca di Tana - Petreto |publisher=climbbybike |accessdate=6 February 2013}} || {{Coord|41|45|57|N|9|1|58|E|display=inline|name=Bocca di Tana}}
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| 1,038 m || [[Norwegian_County_Road_63|Geirangervegen]] || [[Scandinavian Mountains]] || {{NOR}} || pass || || ||
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| 1,035 m || [[Col de Marie-Blanque]] || [[Pyrenees]] || {{FRA}} || pass || [[Escot]] & [[Bielle]], [[Oloron-Sainte-Marie]] || ||
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| 1,028 m || [[Colle di Melogno]] || [[Alps]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Ceva]], [[Calizzano]] & [[Magliolo]], [[Finale Ligure]] || ||
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| 1,026 m || [[Dovrefjell]], [[European route E06|E6]] || [[Scandinavian Mountains]] || {{NOR}} || pass || || ||
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| 1,024 m || [[Alto de Espinho]] || [[Serra do Marão]] || {{POR}} || pass || [[Amarante, Portugal]] & [[Vila Real, Portugal]] || ||
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| 1,017 m || [[Passo di Genna Silana]] || [[Sardinia]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Dorgali]] & [[Tortolì]] || || {{Coord|40|9|19|N|9|30|26|E|display=inline|name= Passo di Genna Silana}}
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| 1,012 m || [[Josefsberg Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Annaberg]] & [[Mitterbach]] || ||
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| 1,011 m || [[Puerto del Escudo]] || [[Cantabrian Mountains|Sierra del Escudo]] || {{ESP}} || pass || [[Corvera de Toranzo]], [[Cantabria]] & [[Valle de Valdebezana]], [[Burgos]] ([[Castile and León]]) || ||
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| 1,010 m || [[Przełęcz Lipnicka]] || [[Beskid Żywiecki]] || {{POL}} || pass || [[Zawoja]], [[Zubrzyca Górna]] || ||
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| 1,008 m || [[Brünig Pass]] || [[Bernese Oberland]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Meiringen]], ([[Bern]]) & [[Lungern]], ([[Obwalden]]) || ||
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| 1,008 m || [[Forca d'Arcarano]] || [[Apennines]] || {{ITA}} || pass || [[Preci]] & [[Norcia]] || ||
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| 1,006 m || [[Lahnsattel]] || [[Alps]] || {{AUT}} || pass || [[Mariazell]], ([[Salza River]] valley) & ([[Mürz River]] valley) || ||
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| 1,003 m || [[Ruppen Pass]] || [[Alps]] || {{SUI}} || pass || [[Trogen]], ([[Canton of St. Gallen]]) & [[Altstätten]], ([[Appenzell Ausserrhoden]]) || ||
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