You say there are "many" paved roads higher than the Mt. Evans road in North America. The paved Mt. Evans road goes up to approximately 14,200'. There aren't a tremendous number of PLACES in North America higher than that, especially if you move out of Colorado. I can't think of any high California roads which are paved. Alaska isn't known for having a lot of paved roads up its mountains, and neither is western Canada; I don't think the Mexican volcanoes have paved roads going up very high. Am I missing an area I should be considering?
So....where are these many other paved roads? Curious minds want to know!