Highest paved pass roads in the Pyrenees
This list is complete and the most accurate list on the Internet (to my knowledge). Under construction!
I have visited all the passes myself (except several …).
Passes with an (*) are on the way to/from another pass (no.) in the section.
– If you cycle over the other pass you will have visited this too (without extra climbing).
(Scroll to the bottom for some further comments.)

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Links to further information under construction!

No. Name of passHeight (m)
1. flagPort d’Envalira 2408
2. flagflagPort de Cabůs 2301
3. flagflagPort de Gavarnie/Boucharo or Puerto de Bujaruelo/Gavarnie 2270
4. flagCol de Tentes 2215
5. flagCol du Tourmalet 2115
6. flagColl de Pal 2104
7. flagPňrt de la Bonaigua 2072
8. flagColl de la Botella 2069
9. flagPort de Pailhčres 2001
10. flagCol del Pam 1997
11. flagCol de Pradelles 1985
12. flagColl d’Ordino 1980
13. flagCol/Coll de Brilles 1965
14. flagColl de la Creueta 1930
15. flagflagCol de Puymorens 1920
16. flagflagCol des Trabesses 1920
17. flagCollet de Montaup/Caraup 1916
18. flagCollet de les Baraques 1890
19. flagCollet de Catllarí 1870
20. flagCol de la Llose 1861
21. flagCoret de Salardů/Puerto de Beret 1860
22. flagPort de Pierrefite 1855
23. flagCol du Calvaire de Font Romeu 1836
24. flagCollada del Pedró 1828
25. flagflagPort de Bielsa (Tunnel) 1821
26. flagLes Colladetes 1800
27. flagflagCol du Pourtalet 1794
28. flagCollada de Toses 1790
29. flagflagCol de la Régine 1762
30. flagCol de Mantet 1761
31. flagflagCol de la Pierre St Martin/Collado de Piedra de S. Martin/Collado Ernaz 1760
32. flagCol de Mel 1756
33. flagPort de Balčs 1755
34. flagCollet Roig 1747
35.
36. flagPort del Cantó 1720
37. flagCol de Quillane/Casteillou 1713
38. flagColl del Forn 1713
39. flagCol d’Aubisque 1709
40. flagCol de Creu 1708
41. flagPas de Roland 1702
42. flagPas d’Arlas 1698
43. flagCol du Pradel 1673
44. flagColl Passader 1670
45. flagPas de Massare 1655
46. flagCol de Fau 1635
47. flagflagCol du/Collado/Puerto de Somport 1632
48. flagCol du Teil 1627
49. flagColl de Port 1623
50. flagCol de Tramassel/Buraou 1616
51. flagCol d’Egat 1615
52. flagflagPortillo de Arrasargia/Col de Couma Longa 1605
53. flagPas d’al Lloup 1590
54. flagColl de la Bena 1589
55. flagCol de la Perche 1581
56. flagCol de Peyrefite/d’Azet 1580
57. flagPort de Llo 1579
58. flagErraizeko Lepoua/Portillo de Eraiza/Collado de Eraiz/Portillo de Eraice 1578
59. flagColl de la Bauma 1577
60. flagflagPort de Larrau/Uthurzehetako Lepoua/Portillo de/Collado Iturzaeta 1573
61. flagCol d’Agnčs 1570
62. flagCol de Peyresourde 1569
63. flagHourquette d’Ancizan 1564
64. flagColl de Roc Pico 1550
65. flagCol Sensibile 1547
66. flagCol de Soudet 1540
67. flagLeherra Murkhuillako Lepoua 1528
68. flagPort de Lers/Massat 1517
69. flagflagCol d’Ares 1513
70. flagCol de Palmanill 1512
71. flagCol de Jau 1506
72. flagCol de Jouel 1501

I sometimes use the (slightly modified) notation method for unpaved roads and paths from Centcols.org and their Chauvot guide: R1 is cyclable unpaved road. R1-2 is cyclable with difficulty on a road bike bicycle (MTB is recommended). R2 is where you will have to walk (with a road bike in any case). R3 is difficult to walk. S1 is a cyclable path (few such exists for road bike cycles). S2 is walking path. S3 difficult walking. S4 means carrying.
I give reference numbers to the Chauvot guide and to other guides from Centcols.org .