The Stewart–Cassiar Highway, 870km, also known as the Dease Lake Highway and the Stikine Highway as well as the Terrace–Kitimat Highway from Kitimat to Terrace, is the northwesternmost highway in the Canadian province of British Columbia. A scenic route through some of the province's most isolated areas, the
Cerro de los Siete Colores (The Hill of Seven Colors) is one of the hills bordering the Quebrada de Purmamarca which is in turn is a western branch of the Quebrada de Humahuaca up to Cuesta del Lipán. Its unique color range is the product of a complex geological history including marine sediments, lake and
White Mountain Road / Junction with 168 To Barcroft Field Station / From 168 road, the first 10.2m are paved. The rest is gravel surface. The road climbs up several mountain passes. It runs entirely over 3.000m. The road is very steep but not that demanding. The average gradient is 6%. Open to all motorized vehicles, however, strongly recommended for 4-wheel drive vehicles.
Rock Creek Road / Start on west side of Highway 395, by Tom's Place. From there the ascent is 16.73km (10,4m) long. Elevation gains 969 meters. The average gradient is 5.79% with some sections up to 10.4%. The road is pretty steep. Take it all the way up Mosquito Flats Eden Landing
203 / Minaret Vista / Minaret Summit is a mountain pass on Highway 203 in the central Sierra Nevada. The pass, lying on the Madera-Mono County border, is within the Mammoth Ranger District of the Inyo National Forest and located near Devils Postpile National Monument, Mammoth Lakes, and Mammoth Mountain. The elevation of the pass is about 9,265 ft (2,824 m). Highway 203 ends at Minaret Summit. The road continues, now called Reds Meadow Road, until its dead end at the Reds Meadow Pack Station near the Rainbow Falls trailhead.
158 / June Lake Loop Road / Along the southernmost rim of the Mono Basin, California State Route 158 loops away from U.S. Highway 395 for 16 miles, then returns. It follows a horseshoe shaped canyon containing four lakes, surrounded by a dramatic mountainous backdrop. Within this canyon, among the lakes and
120 / Tioga Pass / Moccasin To Lee Vining / State Route 120 (SR 120) is running west to east across the central part of the state. It runs from Interstate 5 in the San Joaquin Valley near Lathrop through Yosemite National Park, to its end at U.S. Route 6 in Mono County, eastern California. While the route is signed as a contiguous