Until the 1990s, there was a road to near the top of 20,262-foot Aucanquilcha, Chile where a mine was located. The miners lived at around 18,000 feet. There is still a nearby town at about 17,500 feet. Fatso is a blithering idiot, but of course all here have known that for almost a decade & those on other boards since Jan 2002, when Alan J. Dunce started stinking up Yahoo chat.
I take it back. There are at least two roads in the US higher than this, & at least one of them is paved, as Pike's Peak now is. The spur to the summit of Mt. Evans is also higher, although possibly not the main road.
And of course the fool was wrong about paving, too, since at least two paved roads go over 14,000 feet, one of which has done so for decades & the other since 2011. The lying ignoramus refuses to admit error, despite being wrong every day in every way about everything since Jan 2002 on these boards & since 1943 in real life, if you can call the lying loser loon's pathetic existence a life.