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Most Dangerous Roads In The World

  • Worlds Most Dangerous Roads - Philippines


    The headhunters road Kalinga in filipino is aptly named even if the region's heads haven't been rolling for a long time. It said the spirits of the mountains still have a taste for them when it comes to cutting the road.
    Christopher and his men face the same struggle against the mountain every day. Their job is to remove the thousands of cubic meters of rocks blocking the road in record time.
    Further down the valley lies the town of Bontoc. It is neither Airport nor railway station, so the road is vital for its 15,000 inhabitants. If the Kalinga is blocked, the entire region is paralyzed and even the bone snake charms are powerless.
    Bus 532 with 20 years of service is about to leave for one of the most dangerous roads in the Philippines: the Kalinga on the island of Luzon. It relays Bontoc to the regional capital of Tabuk to the north through the Cordillera mountains. A Tough road under construction for nearly a century, but which still resembles a track. It takes almost a day if all goes well to travel.

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  • Most Dangerous mountain roads In The World, Heavy Equipment Truck Skill Driving 2019, Dangerous trip


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  • The MOST DANGEROUS ROADS in the world!


    From Brazil to China, Mat's back to share with you a list of the 13 most dangerous roads in the world! Working out the average deaths each year per ten miles, these are thirteen roads which you should definitely avoid, no matter what car you're driving! But can you guess which will come in at number one? And have you driven on any of them before?! Let us know in the comments below!

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  • Deadliest Roads | Suriname | Free Documentary


    World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Suriname 2015

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    It is difficult to find Suriname on a map. Suriname is found at the heart of the Amazon: a country of jungle. At 163,000km2, it is a sixth of the size of France, covered in dense, green forest. There are few roads and some tracks and large rivers: floating motorways where canoes serve as cars and trucks. To travel from one village to another, you don’t hit the road, you take the river… And its temperamental waters. We follow Pedro and his wife, gold miners, who must risk their lives navigating the unpredictable waters, while keeping hold of all the supplies they need, to spend the next 2 months in the gold mines. A dangerous commute to work.
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  • Worlds Most Dangerous Roads - Borneo: Jungle Trap


    Borneo, the fourth largest island in the world, has become the symbol of this unequal struggle against the big companies which exploit its wealth to the detriment of its inhabitants, its fauna and its flora.

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  • Deadliest Roads | Gabon | Free Documentary


    World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Gabon 2014

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    The forests of Gabon are some of the densest and most mysterious in the world. Living there is almost impossible due to all the wild animals, snakes and insects hiding behind every leaf. But there are a few adventurous souls who risk it all in this green hell every day. They are the drivers of enormous logging trucks that can carry up to 40 tons of wood at a time.

    It is on these giant logs that the entire country’s fortunes depend. The drivers race across the country in these huge machines to take the exotic wood from the Forest of Bees logging sites to Gentil port; it is a 350km feat of endurance and skill that is not for the faint hearted.
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  • Worlds Most Dangerous Road? | National Geographic


    It's called the world's most dangerous road. The Yungas Road in Bolivia has claimed many lives. Meet a man who helps direct traffic on this perilous, one-lane dirt road, and the mountain bikers who know it as home.
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  • Deadliest Roads | Peru | Free Documentary


    World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Peru in 2018

    From the north to the south of Peru, deep canyons cut into the Andes cordillera. People who need to supply their gold mines, cultivate their vines or simply regain access to their villages, have no choice but to embark on the most unlikely of roads, carved out of the rock. Major companies have a base at the end of the road, attracted by the fabulous natural resources of the country, whether it is underground with its wealth of precious metals, or in its waters teeming with fish. However, all this wealth rarely benefits the unskilled workers, the men and women who have to bend double to work deep in the tunnels, scratching at the earth amidst clouds of ammonia, or risk their lives at the end of a 200’ rope, for a handful of euros. From the Maranon River valley to the Cotahuasi canyon, by way of the Paracas desert, this Impossible Road takes us through the magnificent landscapes of Peru, where life comes at a high price…

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  • Deadliest Roads | Nepal | Free Documentary


    World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Nepal in 2008

    Far from any tourist hubs; the inhabitants of the Gorkha region fight against the perils of monsoon season. Trucks and mule caravans strive tirelessly to provide for the cut-off villages. The monsoon forms mud ditches which trap vehicles and don't release them without a fight. The Shaman witch doctors are always on hand to chase away bad spirits and watch over the meager population of Nepal.
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  • The worlds most dangerous bus route ???? | Mountain: Life at the Extreme - BBC


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    This Peruvian bus driver puts his life at risk to drive his passengers safely across a treacherous bus route.

    Documentary series revealing the extraordinary animals and remarkable people who make a home on the iconic mountain ranges of the world - Rockies, Himalaya and Andes.

    The Andes is the longest mountain range in the world and home to astonishing hidden worlds, extraordinary animals and remarkable people. A female puma and her three cubs hunt in the mountains of the frozen south. Spectacled bears search for water on scorched mountain forests, and the descendants of the Inca gather in an ancient ceremony to build a bridge made from woven grass. High in the cloud forest, a newly discovered shape-shifting frog baffles scientists with its superpowers and in the Atacama desert - the driest place in the world - strange reptiles battle for access to precious water. This is the mountain range of surprise and wonder.

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  • Deadliest Roads | Liberia | Free Documentary


    World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Liberia in 2012

    Torrential rain, flooded villages, crossings turned into rivers, overflowing sewage systems, people drowning in their own homes; the rainy season in Liberia is one of the most destructive in the world. For pennies, Fofana battles the conditions to take passengers through the jungles that occupy much of the country. His brave but hellish exploits reveal the country’s plights and desperation. Priests in a baptist church turn Mass into a lucrative tombola, exposing the church to corruption. Children as young as five are breaking stones to sell as gravel for next to nothing, instead of being at school. Workers of a multinational palm oil manufacturer are transported to the work sites in overcrowded animal containers to slave away under the sun. The difficulties of a country ravaged by civil war are exacerbated as transport routes are destroyed by avalanches of water and villages are cut off.

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  • 14 Roads You Would Never Want to Drive On


    Some people love riding a roller coaster. The feeling of “having their heart in their mouth” makes them thrilled and high on adrenaline. But have you heard of the ways which go through the clouds?
    Today, let’s visit the most incredible and dangerous roads in the world. They overshadow even the coolest rides and leave people driving on them breathless and terrified.

    Guoliang Tunnel, China 0:36
    Maeklong Railway Market, Thailand 1:22
    Yungas Road, Bolivia 1:58
    Eyre Highway, Australia 2:47
    The “Nose of the Devil” Railway, Ecuador 3:23
    Pamban Railway Bridge, India 3:57
    Karakoram Highway, Pakistan - China 4:35
    Passage de Gois, France 5:12
    Leh-Manali Highway, India 5:51
    Tianmen Mountain Road, China 6:24
    Road through Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia 6:53
    Road through Skippers Canyon, New Zealand 7:34
    The James W. Dalton Highway, Alaska, USA 8:22
    “Train to the Clouds”, Argentina 9:21

    - The Guoliang Tunnel is an amazing 0,7 mi (1.2 km) long mountain road in China. The story of its creation is unbelievable! Before its construction there had been a very dangerous path with narrow steep stairs which didn’t have any handrails.
    - The sellers take their goods away and fold their tents in seconds, giving way to the train which moves at a speed of about 9 mi/h (15 km/h). This is the reason the market is sometimes called Talat Rom Hoop which means “Market Umbrella Close”.
    - Yungas Road (also called Death Road) connects Bolivian cities of La Paz and Coroico. It descends from the height of 2 miles to 1,181 ft (3,300 to 360 m) above sea level. Despite the fact that the road is very narrow, even trucks manage to pass each other.
    - If you look at this highway, you will surely ask, “So what is so dangerous on this straight road?” Right, this is the longest straight road in the world with the length of about 994 miles (1,600 km)!
    - The “Nose of the Devil” railway is built on the rock which has the same name. It was called this way because people believed that Devil didn’t want a railway to pass through that place - that’s why so many deaths occurred among the people who built the road.
    - Pamban is India’s first sea bridge built in 1914. It connects the mainland part of India with the island which has the same name. In 1964 there was a storm which hit the island. It overturned a passenger train and all 150 people who were inside died.
    - At 807,7 miles (1,300 km) long, Karakoram is considered the world’s most high-altitude international highway. One of its sections passes at the altitude of more than 15,091 ft (4,600 m).
    - This is the road between the island of Noirmoutier and mainland France. This passage seems quite common, doesn’t it? It is, until you get to know that to drive along it, you will need to know the schedule of the tides! In fact, the road is approachable only twice a day - before and right after the low tide.
    - Leh-Manali Highway runs through several high mountain passes. It is located at the altitude of 13,034 to 16,404 ft (4 to 5 km). This road is extremely narrow, covered with dirt and gravel, but this doesn’t prevent local drivers from zooming through at high speeds.
    - This road leads to the top of Tianmen Mountain where a Buddhist temple is situated. It is only 6.8 miles (11 km) long but it can boast 99 bends with the distance between some of the curves less than 656 ft (200 m)!
    - The highway which runs through the dried Solar de Uyuni is located at the altitude of 11,811 ft (3,650 m) above sea level. Local landscapes are so unusual that they can be taken for some extraterrestrial grounds!
    - This road was built in 1880s and it is a true wonder of engineering. The construction took only 5 years and it has remained mostly unchanged since then! This amazing passage has numerous holes, cliffs, steep descents and sharp bends.
    - Only 108,7 miles (175 km) of this 413,8 miles (666 km) highway are covered with bitumen, the rest of the way you have to drive on gravel. Tough weather conditions, winds, unexpected changes from 2 to 4 lanes and back, poor visibility have made this road particularly deadly.
    - If you decide to make a 15-hour train journey, be ready to pass through 21 tunnels, 42 bridges and viaducts, 2 spirals and 2 more zigzags on the 134,8 mi (217 km) road! This railway is one of the highest in the world, its top point (at the end of the line) is situated at the altitude of 13,780 ft (4,200 km).

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  • Top 10 Scariest Roads That Actually Exist


    This video presents a list of the top 10 scariest roads that actually exist in the world.

    On these 10 scariest roads that actually exist ????, one wrong move could spell certain doom for everyone in the vehicle: sheer plunges, dizzying heights, narrow tracks and tight switchbacks transform these routes from scenic to terrifying ????. Bad weather only intensifies the fear factor for these 10 scariest roads and, unfortunately, bad weather ⛈is common on most of them, making them 10 of the scariest drives on the face of the earth.

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  • Worlds Most Dangerous Roads - Peru: Andes Precipice


    From the south to the north of Peru, deep canyons cut through the Andes mountain range. To supply gold mines, cultivate their vines or quite simply return to their villages, men have no other choice but to embark on improbable tracks, cut in the rock. At the end of the road, the big companies always find their place there, baited by the fabulous natural resources of the country, whether it is its basements filled with precious metals or its waters full of fish. But it is rare that all this wealth benefits small hands, those who have to bend in half at the end of the galleries, scrape the earth in the ammonia vapors or risk their lives at the end of a 60 rope. meters high, for a handful of euros ... From the valley of the Marañon river to the Cotahuasi canyon through the Paracas desert, this Route of the Impossible takes the crossroads of a Peru with grandiose landscapes, but where life comes at a high price ...
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  • Deadliest Journeys - Nepal, precipice of the damned


    “I’ve never had a worse journey in my life,” says the old man sitting in the rear of the jeep, clinging tightly onto the fittings of the SUV. “What with rock falls, landslides, crashed trucks, snowfall on the high ground… that road is a real nightmare!” The Karnali Highway, in the North West of Nepal is the most dangerous road in the country. It’s 250 kilometres long and links the town of Surkhet, in the valley, to Jumla, altitude 3,000 metres. It sometimes takes five days to make the trip. Hewn out of the rock on the flank of the mountain set in an outstanding natural background, this road, opened barely two years ago, is finally allowing the population of this, the poorest region of Nepal to open up to the rest of the country, to move about and, above all, to bring in supplies of every type. Drivers of trucks, jeeps and even tractors, travellers, shopkeepers who go down to the valley for supplies, public transport, columns of people on foot walking for several days to get to their village… for them the road, despite everything, is the safest and fastest way of getting around this mountainous region. For several weeks, we accompanied all those who, willingly or otherwise, take this “impossible highway”. -

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  • 10 Most Dangerous Roads in the World


    Top 10 of the scariest, most unsafe highways, bridges and roads ever built. Car and truck accidents and deaths are a common thing on these streets. Subscribe to our channel:

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    The invention of the road dates back to ancient times thousands of years ago. It was one of the most innovative inventions that connected cities and countries together. Anything that had wheels had an easier time getting by, and it was the birth of road organization as we all figured out which side of the road we would use to move forward. Today, roads are paved with concrete, and man has managed to create roads in the most impossible of spaces, making the world more accessible than ever. However, just because a road can be built, it doesn’t mean that it should. Some roads seem to defy the boundaries that Mother Nature set upon us, but have we ever thought about the fact that the boundaries were set for a reason?
    The roads on this list are considered to be some of the most dangerous in the world. Whether they have a high death toll, destroy a multitude of vehicles, or cause a numerous amount of accidents, it is best that experienced veteran drivers who aren’t seeking a thrill use these roads. Some of these roads defy physics and are sculpted on the sides of mountains. While it is a pretty concept, with breathtaking landscapes, they usually mean a pending death should you turn a corner wrong or even go just a few miles over the speed limit. So, is it worth risking losing your vehicle, or even your life by taking these roads? Some people don’t have a choice, as these roads provide the only access to major towns and home.
    For example, the Himalayan Road is one of the highest roads in the world, as it sits at over 11,000 feet in altitude. Which means that an impending death awaits on each stretch of road, which is pretty much made of crumbling dirt. A lot of buses and trucks use the road since it connects India with Tibet, so not only do you have the road to worry about, but also the traffic of other cars who may or may not be paying attention to the road. Next up, we have the James Dalton Highway, which has become a legend by itself. The road sits in the most northern part of Alaska, which means it’s icy and cold. Not to mention that the road has a lot of potholes and is used by big oil rigs on a daily basis. Windshields get destroyed from falling rocks, and headlights are knocked out as well. Not to mention that this highway is also in the middle of nowhere, so if you run out of gas, you’re royally screwed. Rental companies won’t even allow renters to drive their cars on the highway, for fear of damage and loss of their product.
    These are yet, but a few of the most dangerous roads in the world. Some people have created video channels of luxury vehicles trying out these terrains, with many of them not being able to drive away from the damage inflicted. So, if you see a sign for a road that says, “Highway to Death/Hell/etc.” it might be best if you just turn around and find another route.

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  • The Most Dangerous Road in the World


    Driving has become such a normal part of our daily lives, that we’ve almost become indifferent to it. But do you ever think about the roads we drive on? Sure some roads you encounter might be badly maintained or poorly signed, but others out there are just deadly and downright might want to channel your inner Indiana Jones for these seriously dangerous roads.

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    Most roads serve a simple utility: getting people from one place to another. The vast majority of roads are unremarkable and pragmatic. But sometimes, roads cut through remote corners of the world that boggle the mind. Today we’re looking at the craziest roads in the world.

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  • Deadliest Roads | Afghanistan | Free Documentary


    World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Afghanistan in 2016

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    Situated in the extreme north-west of Afghanistan, the Wakhan corridor is bordered by the Hindou Kouch mountains and peaks at almost 5000 metres high.

    This forgotten region of Afghanistan is the only one to have been spared by the war that has raged through the country for years. No soldier, neither American nor from the Taliban, has ever entered it. Its inhabitants live as if in the middle ages, without water or electricity, and make a living by bartering. The only road that cuts through the corridor is almost inaccessible, crossing the mountainside, often buried by metres of snow. A handful of adventurers, travelling in rickety lorries, have dared to brave the isolated corridor, battling against the extreme elements. And, of course, the odd sheep and yak…

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  • Worlds Most Dangerous Roads - Vietnam: Mekong


    In the North West of Vietnam, the Quan Hoa mountains. It is one of the poorest and most isolated regions of Vietnam. Here, the majority of peasants survive on less than a dollar a day. However, this province has an inexhaustible wealth, bamboo ... Vietnam's green gold. Some of these bamboos are transported by raft ... A makeshift boat, assembled in a few hours, sets off on the Luong river, to join the Song Ma, Vietnam's third largest river. This region is also the only one in the country where the roads are not all paved. During the rainy season, which lasts almost three months, part of the trade is paralyzed. Even 4x4s or trucks quickly give up taking them… The only machine capable of traveling on these tracks, the “Tuk Tuk”. But in Vietnam, the king of transport is the motorcycle. It's almost a religion. In the country there are more than 40 million motorcycles.

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    The most incredible, dangerous, and unique roads in the world. I hope you all enjoy today's video. Let us know in the comments if you've driven on any of these roads before!

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    Bolivia allegedly has the most dangerous road in the world with 200-300 travelers being killed yearly along the road. but I think some dangerous roads in China can easily beat it and below is a list of the most dangerous roads in China and some explanations why they are dangerous.

  • 10 Most Dangerous Roads In The World


    From roads that have a massive amount of turns, to ones that are almost a death sentence to be on, and more! Here are 10 of the most dangerous roads in the world.

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    10. Stelvio Pass, Italy
    Italy is known for many famous things, but one of the more unbelievable things that it has is a 6000 foot road called the Stelvio Pass. While this may not seem like an unbelievable thing, if you take one look at said road, you'll understand why it's called that. This road has numerous bends that will test the skills of drivers all over the world.

    9. The Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway
    There are some roads that are very much a “destination” in and of themselves, and The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway is an example of that premise. For unlike most roads, this road doesn't just take you across the land, it takes you across the water, then back to land, then back to water. For this ocean road takes you through an archipelago of islands.

    8. Seven Mile Bridge
    Believe it or not, there have been two bridges called the Seven Mile Bridge in Florida. The first one was made and stood for some time until it was taken down due to boats not being allowed to pass under it. Whereas the second one can be found in Florida right now, and is an interesting feat of engineering. For this is a bridge/road that covers seven miles, almost all of which is directly over the water.

    7. Commonwealth Avenue
    Located in The Philippines, Commonwealth Avenue may not at first seem like a highway that is very dangerous. In fact, it might just look like a highway that is similar to one that is in your city or one close by. But the difference here is size and intent. This highway has 6 to 18 lanes depending on the section you're on, and it's a main travel point for people in the area around Quezon City and beyond.

    6. James Dalton Highway, Alaska
    Not all roads are constantly busy as you might expect them to be worldwide, and in Alaska, there are many roads that are very isolated. But one of the biggest ones is the James Dalton Highway. This 414 mile road is pretty much all gravel, and along the way, there are only three small towns, so making sure you have a car or vehicle with good gas mileage is preferable to ensure safe passage down this turbulent road.

    5. Guoliang Tunnel Road, China
    In China, a road was made by a group of villagers in order to get through the Taihang Mountains. The construction was not easy, there were only 13 of them, and while the road was being made, there were fatalities. Still, by the time the Guoliang Tunnel Road was finished in 1977, it was quite a feat. For not only did they make a road that went through a mountain pass, they actually cut out windows in the mountain so that drivers could see beyond the rock and make it somewhat “safer”.

    4. Fairy Meadows Road, Pakistan
    Pakistan as a whole is a rather dangerous place to live, but adding to that danger is the Fairy Meadows Road in the nation. It's a 10-mile stretch of road that is not safe in many aspects. Let's start with the rather obvious one, it's a road that doesn't have any safety features. Which you would think would be required because it goes through a mountain region and puts you on an elevated path. But it does not have guard rails or anything of the type.

    3. Karnali Highway, Nepal
    There are two towns in Nepal called Surkhet and Jumla, and connecting these towns is the Karnali Highway, which is known as one of the most dangerous roads in the world. But what might be the most unbelievable thing about this road is how dangerous it is simply to drive on it.

    2. Highway To Hell
    No, we do not speak of the legendary ACDC song, we're talking about the very REAL road that is in Alabama via US 431. It's a 353 mile road that in and of itself may not seem dangerous and even look rather regular, but the stats don't lie. MANY people die on this road every single year. In 2011 it was 33,000 people!

    1. Death Road
    In Bolivia, the North Yungas Road is indeed known as...the Death Road. Or “Road Of Death” depending on whom you talk to. And they do not take this nickname lightly. When it was constructed back in the 1930's, it was not built to be the safest road ever. It was designed to connect the capital of Bolivia to a local town.

  • 10 Worlds Most Dangerous Roads That Actually Exist!


    10 World's Most Dangerous Roads That Actually Exist!

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    Imagine a world without roads, how tragic it must be. There would be no cars or road trips, so
    we have a lot to thank the Romans for. Even though humans have progressed a lot and built
    roads even on the oceans, not all of them are equally safe. In fact, some are so dangerous that
    you would be risking your life just by making the trip. Here, we have 10 world’s most dangerous
    roads that actually exist. Watch out for number 1 as it really is something

    Number 10. Sichuan-Tibet Highway

    With an average elevation of 4,000 meters, the Sichuan-Tibet Highway has all the makings of
    the world’s craziest road. Landslides and rock avalanches are commonplace across the 1,330-
    mile route that starts in Chengdu, Sichuan, and ends in Lhasa, Tibet. A trip along the length of
    the highway can take up to 15 days. There are a total of 14 mountains, dozens of rivers, and
    forests along this majestic path. In 2011 a bus was reported to have veered off the highway,
    leading to the tragic deaths of 16 passengers. This stretch of road has a record of 7,500 deaths per
    100,000 riders. That is an unbelievable mortality rate just for one road! This high death toll is a
    result of the frequent numbers of rock slides, as well as other weather-related hazards that most
    drivers need to be really careful of. Once stuck there, you can be stuck for weeks, so better pack
    up all your board games!

    Number 9. Commonwealth Avenue

    When you think about the most dangerous roads in the world you might think about the
    dangerous high altitude passes in Himalayas or roads in extreme weather areas like Alaska or
    Siberia. But you would be surprised to know that the most dangerous road in the world is located
    in the heart of a busy metro, Quezon City, Philippine. The commonwealth avenue is often called
    the “Killer Highway” due to the number of fatal accidents involving drivers, cyclists, and
    pedestrians. Traffic rules and road safety regulations are almost non-existent. The road is 8 miles
    long and has 18 lanes, it is the widest road in Philippine. Although the speed limit of the road is
    just 35 mph, the congestion and chaotic driving are responsible for 3 to 5 accidents every day!
    According to recent research figures, almost 7,000 people die annually, most of them are
    pedestrians, cyclists, and bystanders. The road has no signs to guide the traffic neither are there
    any designated lanes for motorcycle/bicycle lanes. Major risks on the road include an extremely
    high volume of traffic, terrible drainage, and reckless driving. It really is the killer highway. If
    you can drive here, you can drive anywhere in the world

    Number 8. James Dalton Highway

    The James Dalton Highway is one of the most isolated roads in the world. If you can drive this
    road you can pretty much drive anything. Drivers on the Dalton Highway are advised to bring
    their safety gear. The road has been featured on many tv shows like American Jobs, Ice road
    truckers, and the world’s most dangerous roads. There are no medical facilities along the 414-
    mile road and no gas stations, restaurants, or hotels for a 240-mile stretch. Much of the road is
    unpaved and made of gravel, making it difficult for drivers even in good weather conditions. In
    the winter, the road becomes so slippery and icy that even ice road truckers refuse to cross it. The
    surrounding tundra is also prone to avalanches. The highway runs parallel to the Trans-Alaska
    Pipeline System and despite its bleak, isolated, and remote setting, it is often navigated by

    anything up to 150 trucks in summer and 250 trucks in the winter. Few roads in the world offer
    the degree of isolation as the James Dalton Highway. If you think this is scary, watch out for the
    number 1 as it will make your jaw drop!

    Number 7. Guoliang Tunnel, China

    You probably aren’t ready for this terrifying road. China's Guoliang Tunnel is carved into the
    side of a steep mountain. It almost feels like a mountain swallowing you. The Guoliang Tunnel
    credits its existence to thirteen villagers who cut the 4,000-footpath into China's Taihang
    Mountains in the 1970s. The tunnel links the village of Guoliang to the outside through the
    Taihang Mountains which are situated in Huixian, Xinxiang, Henan Province of China. It is one
    of the most famous roads in the world even though It is just 0.75 miles or 1.2kms long. Though
    the area has become popular among tourists, the tunnel still lacks barriers and street lamps
    making it a dangerous and terrifying path so drivers must enter at their own risk. Locals now
    refer to it as "the road that does not tolerate mistakes." Are you willing to drive

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    Sichuan-Tibet Highway, China
    The Stelvio Pass, Italy
    Los Caracoles Pass, Chile
    Skippers Canyon Road, New Zealand
    The Zoji Pass, India
    Guoliang Tunnel Road, China
    Karakoram Highway, Pakistan
    James Dalton Highway, Alaska
    Jalalabad–Kabul Road, Afghanistan
    North Yungas Road, Bolivia

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    10 Most Dangerous Roads In The World, these roads you won't want to travel on.

    Guoliang Tunnel Road, China
    To say that this is one of the most famous and dangerous tunnels in the world would be an understatement.
    Known as The Long Corridor In The is one of the most unforgiving roads in the world.
    The tunnel is only 16 feet tall and 13 feet wide with 30 windows carved into its side, giving you a view of your possible fate should you fail to pay attention.
    One of the most amazing facts about this tunnel is that it was built by 13 villages who used nothing by hammers and chisels over a period of about 5 years.

    Argentina and Chile share over 5,000 miles of border.
    Crossing the Andes from Argentina into Chile first takes you up a takes you up a slow gentle incline until it hits an elevation oaof 10,500 feet where you enter the tunnel of the redeeming christ which takes you across the border into chile' to begin one of the most dangerous descents in the world down a road named by the locals as “Snails Pass.”
    the road consists of over 20 hair pin turns and switchbacks that have no guardrails and to make it even more interesting, the road is usually covered in snow year around.

    Sichuan-Tibet Highway
    The Sichuan-Tibet Highway is a highway over 1300 miles long that takes you from the Sichuan province of China into Tibet.
    What makes this stretch of highway one of the most dangerous in the world is its high elevation, lack of oxygen, worn out roads, sharp mountain side hairpins and if that's not enough, let's throw in avalanches and landslides that are frighteningly common.
    If that's not enough to deter you the are is covered in rain and ice for almost 10 months out of the year causing you to get stuck in the mud which some drivers get stuck for weeks.

    Stelvio Pass
    The Stelvio Pass at an elevation of 9.045 feet is one of the top 50 highest mountain roads in Europe.
    The road leading over the pass is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps and the only thing keeping you from toppling over the edge is a small concrete barrier.
    It has over 48 mindbending hair pin turns.

    Skippers Canyon Road 
    Our next worldl's most dangerous road takes us to Skippers Canyon Road on New Zealand's South Island.
    This gravel road was hand carved by miners over 140 years ago.
    The 16 mile trek down the road is at times so narrow that only one car can pass. Even if you do find a wide enough spot to attempt to pass another vehicle, the loose gravel can cause cars to slip down the side of the road into the canyon below.

    North Yungas Road

    North Yungas Road is a 12 foot wide path cut into the side of the Cordillera Oriental Mountain chain that is responsible for up to 300 tragedies a year.
    The road is one of the longest stretches of continuous downhill road in the world, dropping over 3,650 meters.
    Built by prisoners in the 1930's, one side of the road is solid rock the other side is an almost 2,000 foot drop.
    And the best thing about Bolivia is that they drive on the left hand side of the road, giving you a vertigo inducing view of that drop the entire drive.
    James Dalton Highway

    The James Dalton Highway is a 414-mile gravel highway built in 1974 as a supply route for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline system.
    What makes this stretch of road so dangerous?
    Could be that you're driving through the Alaskan wilderness on one of the longest stretches of road without any kind of service. That means no gas stations, restaurants, hotels, absolutely nothing but you and your thoughts.
    Temperatures reach far below zero.
    This road is so remote and dangerous, it's suggested you bring survival gear.

    Karakoram Highway, Pakistan
    The KKH is purported to be the highest paved international road in the world connecting China and Pakistan through the Khunerab pass.
    The road stretches over 800 miles but is only paved on the China side of the border.
    Some of the challenges that this road has to offer are altitude sickness, snow, flash floods as well as avalanches and landslides.
    With a work wall on one side and no barrier on the other, at times the road is so sketchy that at times your wheels are hanging just above the precipice.

    Known as The Troll's path, this road in Norway is one of its most visited attractions and challenging.
    Prepare to white knuckle your steering wheel while navigating through 11 intense hairpin turns and up and down steep inclines.
    The one lane road is in horrible condition.
    It is at its most challenging at night and during inclimate weather.
    If you're brave enough to venture to the summit, a viewing bridge awaits you offering you a spectacular view of the road and Stigfossen waterfall.

    Atlantic road
    Just over 5 miles long, this stretch of highway in Norway where land meets ocean, is both awe-inspiring and terrifying.
    The road, like a roller coaster with its 8 Bridges connects a chain of Norwegian Islands.
    Waves are constantly crashing over the bridge causing cars to hydroplane.

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  • Worlds Most Dangerous Roads - Myanmar: Road Fear


    For more than half a century, the country has lived in isolation, cut off from the outside world by a succession of some of the toughest dictatorships on the planet. The Burmese regard their country as a beautiful sleeping girl. Today she opens her eyes a little but wakes him up hard. The country lacks everything, the infrastructure has been neglected for many years. But the Burmese keep smiling. In the North West, in the most mountainous region of the country, getting around is an adventure. The mountains reach 3000 meters in altitude and some roads climb to more than 2000 meters. With his truck, twice his age, Khampi struggles. Despite everything, man faces the roads or rather the tracks, with courage and coolness. Khampi never gets angry, he keeps a smile at all times even when he misses to tip over. The word “fear” seems to have disappeared from his vocabulary. The state of the roads is a serious handicap for the populations, but it has enabled the country to retain its beauty, its authenticity and its traditions. Young Sokna carries on an ancient ritual, the Kiss of Death. Legend has it that by kissing the head of a king cobra three times, the women of the village will quickly become pregnant. In Naypeedaw, the megalomaniacal capital erected by the military junta, highways hold a sad record. One of the least frequented on the planet. The country also holds another record, with the most terrifying train in Asia. It crosses a viaduct more than 100 meters high. Without any security. Barely a few centimeters separate the travelers from the void. Travel to the heart of Burma far from the tourist trails. Réalisateur 1
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    One of these roads is only passable a few hours in the day due to the high tide in the region. Whilst another is so old, the wood has rotted beneath it, which means cars can easily fall into the freezing Siberian water. So, without further ado, here are the 10 Most Dangerous Roads in the World. Let’s dive right into it, shall we?!

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    Criss-crossing the valleys of Bolivia, hundreds of metres above the ground, is a network of makeshift cables. Clinging onto these cables, coca growers whizz across the mountains, transporting their harvest. Should they slip or the aged cables snap, they face certain death. Once they’ve reached the other side of the mountain, the danger doesn’t end. The coca then has to be transported along the ’Camino de la Muerte’, or Highway of Death’. It’s the only route connecting La Paz, Bolivia’s administrative capital, with the Amazon Basin. And it’s officially the most dangerous road in the world.

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    4. Halsema Highway,
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  • The Halsema Highway in Cordillera Philippines // One of the most dangerous road in the world


    Halsema Highway (also known as the Benguet–Mountain Province Road, Baguio–Bontoc Road or Mountain Trail) is a national secondary highway in the Philippines.

    Situated within the Cordillera Central range in northern Luzon, it stretches from the city limit of Baguio to the municipality of Bontoc.Its highest point is at 7,400 feet (2,300 m) above sea level in the municipality of Atok.

    It was officially recognized as the highest altitude highway in the Philippines until 2019 when the 2,428.66 m (7,968.0 ft) high point Kiangan–Tinoc–Buguias Road in Tinoc, Ifugao was recognized as the new holder of the distinction.

    The 150-kilometre (93.2 mi) highway covers 95 kilometres (59 mi)of Benguet province and traverses eight of its municipalities (La Trinidad, Tublay, Atok, Bokod, Kabayan, Buguias, Bakun, and Mankayan).

    It also covers four Mountain Province towns (Bauko, Sabangan, Bontoc, and Sagada).The road splits into two upon reaching the village of Dantay, in Bontoc. One road leads to downtown Bontoc, while the other leads to the town of Sagada, 29 kilometres (18.0 mi) farther from the junction.

    The entire highway forms a component of the National Route 204 (N204) of the Philippine highway network.

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    The most dangerous roads in the world do indeed have a lot to offer: yawning chasms without crash barriers, sandy and slippery slopes, sudden swelling streams, mountainsides threatened by avalanches and landslides, and crackling ice under the wheels. Here are ten of those dangerous roads around the world. So let’s begin at once.
    Number 10. Austrian Road, Kazakhstan
    No, this road does not link Austria to Kazakhstan. It is named after a group of Astro-Hungarian prisoners who were forced to construct it.
    The construction of this road lasted for 2 years. It began in 1915, and it was finished by 1917.
    It is a 37-mile road that stretches from the Bukhtarma Valley all the way to the Burkatsky pass in the Eastern part of Kazakhstan.
    This route was poorly built, as it was constructed with simple tools like picks and shovels. There’s one good thing about it though, it runs through a national park, and the view of the Kara-Koba River is just awesome!
    I must warn you not to get carried away by the view. It’s filled with old, rickety bridges, all thanks to irregular maintenance.
    The condition of this road makes it impossible to access most times.
    If it happens to be your lucky day, and the road is accessible, remember to maintain focus, as you may encounter fatal landslides.
    Number 9. Route 622 (Svalvogar Road), Iceland
    Iceland is a country of about 40,000 square miles and a population of about 300,000, making it a country with a very low population density. For this reason, most roads, especially the ones in wide-open areas are poorly maintained.
    One such road is Route 622. Even though it gives you an excellent view of the Northwestern Icelandic coastline, it remains one of the most dangerous roads in the world.
    This 13-mile road was constructed beneath very high cliffs and it cuts across Thingeyri and Lokinhanrar. This region is notorious for dangerous avalanches, powerful winds, and heavy snowfalls. It is still a popular tourist destination in Iceland, as visitors take the risk to catch a glimpse of the beautiful mountain and coastal views.
    It has steep drops and a narrow, rocky track. A 4x4 SUV will be your best choice of vehicle on this road.
    As for guard-rails, the 622 doesn’t have any, so drivers have to be extra careful when steering around its bends, or else their vehicles could go off the edge.
    The road is closed between the months of November and April, thanks to the harsh weather conditions during this period, including heavy snow and ice.
    Number 8. Taroko Gorge Road, Taiwan
    When driving on this road, you will get a great view of the Taroko Gorge National Park. But that’s about as good as it gets.
    This road is made up of a number of tunnels, which are dug-in on the side of a mountain along the 'Taiwanese Grand Canyon', and it links the Eastern and Western coasts of Taiwan via sharp bends and blind curves.
    The paths are also very narrow, so making a sharp turn is very tricky.
    There was an incident in 2012 where a driver and tourists had a narrow escape, as their bus was unable to climb an incline in the road. This forced the bus to roll backward and hit a barrier. It went down a slope and caused injuries to some of the tourists.
    Another thing that makes this road so dangerous is the regular occurrence of earthquakes and typhoons. Such conditions combined with the narrow paths and sharp bends make this a difficult road to cross.
    Number 7. Engineer Pass, U.S.A
    Colorado is a region filled with rocks and mountains, and this is where you can find the Engineer Pass. This road sits at 3,901 meters above sea level, so drivers have to be careful to avoid driving off-road, if they do, they will be faced with a long and scary drop.
    This road is filled with patches of ice, which drivers have to be on the lookout for. However, the most dangerous aspect of travelling this route is the frequent avalanches and unpredictable landslides.
    Just recently, there was an unfortunate incident involving a motorcyclist who rode off the road and plunged to his death.
    American road-trips are among the best you can experience in the world, but driving along the Engineer Pass is far from the most enjoyable.
    A narrow 4-wheel drive vehicle is the best choice for driving along this road. Also, every driver with intentions of passing this route has to maintain a high level of focus and skill to meet the demands of this dangerous terrain.

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    Every spring the freezing mist of lake Baikal signals the start of a dangerous voyage for the men of this village. A journey to the high plateau of Siberia to resupply Ren-deer hunters.
    Dimitri is the only driver brave enough to take on this deadly journey he has to deliver 600 kilograms of food as quickly as possible. The winter has been so hard for the shepherds has being without fresh supplies for six months.
    In a few days the melting snows will turn the road into an icy swamp. It's only 40 miles to the shepherd's camp but it's 40 miles that could take several weeks to cover. Ahead of them lies the deceptive white hell of Siberia.

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    Many of the world roads are plagued by unsafe speed limits and poor design and
    conditions, which can also be fatal if driven recklessly on them but few present the kind of
    conditions that send drivers sliding across icy lanes or plummeting thousands of miles to
    their death. We are not kidding. Some roads are so dangerous to drive on that they cause
    hundreds and thousands of deaths annually and people still go and try to drive on these
    roads. drivers can encounter narrow, unpaved highways that are vulnerable to landslides,
    avalanches, and steep mountain terrain. These roads are often branded as the world's most
    dangerous, and a few even have the word "death" in their names. Here are the 10 most
    dangerous roads in the world but before that forget to hit the subscribe button.
    Number 10) Yungas Road (Death Road), Bolivia
    The North Yungas Road in Bolivia is often cited as being the most dangerous road in the
    world. The disconcertingly-named ‘Death Road’ covers a stretch of 43 miles, connecting
    Coroico and La Paz, the capital city of Bolivia. At its highest elevation, the route stands at
    4,650 metres (15,256 ft) and drivers often find themselves navigating narrow gravel trails
    well above the cloud level. If that wasn’t bad enough, it also includes over 200 vertigo-
    inducing hairpin turns, some with sheer drops of 1,100 meters. Buses and trucks can be
    regularly seen tumbling off its rather precarious edge. Especially when attempting to
    overtake one another. The most significant incident on Yungas Road saw a bus veering into
    a canyon and killing 100 people, Bolivia’s worst road accident on record. Up until 1994
    nearly 300 travelers died every year when using the road. It is so famous that top gear
    members had to check it out and they weren’t very lucky. According to Jeremy Clarkson,
    “Some lorries pull over, others come barrelling up behind you doing three and a half times
    the speed of sound. It’s completely baffling.”

    Number 9.) The Karakoram Highway
    The Karakoram Highway is plagued by a terrifying ensemble of natural disasters, including
    landslides, avalanches, flooding, and heavy snow. Perched 4,693 metres OR 15,397 fT
    above sea level, the Karakoram Highway, connects China and Pakistan over a total of 800
    miles. It cuts through the most mountainous region in the world. Though it's a popular tourist
    destination some have referred to it as the "eighth world wonder", the highway sees frequent
    fatalities. 17 people were killed when a bus tumbled into a gorge after the driver took a sharp
    turn along the highway. Incidents like this have occurred since the road was first built. It was
    started in 1959 and completed in 1979, but only after a shocking 810 Pakistani and 82
    Chinese workers lost their lives in its construction. But it wasn’t open to the public until 1986.
    Interestingly, the road passed through the Hunza Valley, the scene of James Hilton’s Lost
    Horizon, a novel about the mythical Shangri-La, a harmonious place where people live for

    number 8) Engineer Pass, USA

    Colorado is home to The Rockies, a mountainous region where Engineers Pass can be
    found 3,901 metres (12,800 ft) above sea level. It is a high mountain pass located in the San
    Juan Mountains near Ouray, Colorado, in USA. It’s one of Colorado's most scenic offroad
    drives. It’s mostly a first gear ride because the road is rough and rocky. It's also one of the
    highest mountain rods of Colorado. Frequent avalanches, heavy snowfall and landslides
    make dodging patches of ice along the way seem a breeze by comparison.  Tragically, just
    this year a motorcyclist plunged from the scenic route and lost his life. Many of us dream of
    an American road trip, but this one would only be advisable if you have a narrow 4-wheel
    drive vehicle plus the skill and focus demanded by this dangerous route. the road is difficult
    and it’s a nightmare in the wet or dark or both.

    number 7) The Zoji La Pass
    Vertigo sufferers look away now. This road is not for the weak-hearted people. The Zoji La
    Pass, or Zozila Pass as it’s sometimes known, can be found 3,528 metres or 11,575 ft up in
    the Himalayas. Zoji La is a high mountain pass which is located in the Kargil district. The
    road connects the people of Ladakh to Kashmir Valley via a one-lane trail, which hugs some
    of the tallest mountains in the world. The Zoji Pass is often closed during the winter as heavy
    snowfall forms thick walls of ice along either side of the road. Snow is anywhere between 15
    and 24 metres deep, which takes the Border Roads Organisation in the region up to two
    months to clear. In 2009, clearing efforts couldn’t prevent the need to rescue 350 people
    stranded on the road thanks to heavy snowfall.

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    #13 Road of the 52 Tunnels (Italy)
    Originally built in the early 20th century as a military trail through the compact mountain range of Pasubio, this Italian road is easily one of the toughest to follow in Europe. The combination of loose rock and gravel along with thick fog and battle-ruined cliffs create a lethal obstacle course for the average traveler. This road was constructed in just a 10-month time span and was considered a marvelous masterpiece in engineering at the time. But it hasn’t changed much since, and the towering height of the minimalist cliffside trail sends chills down the spines of those ascending the summit. Unsurprisingly, this road features 52 different tunnels, all with specific names relating to the Italian military that originally used it. These tunnels are typically just 6 to 7 feet wide and tall and only allow for people to travel by foot or mule, which may work out for the best. Attempting to drive on a path like the Road of the 52 Tunnels is an accident waiting to happen!
    #12 Federal Highway 101 (Mexico)
    This nightmarish federal highway spans the Mexican state of Tamaulipas and while the driving conditions aren’t especially dangerous, the potential encounters that await travelers are perilous to say the least. Gangs, bandits and illicit contraband all roam along this road, with crimes like smuggling, kidnapping, and worse being a frequent problem. Most drivers now traverse miles out of the way to avoid Federal Highway 101 in hopes of dodging the horrific acts of the region’s cartels, making this one of the world’s most treacherous roads.
    #11 BR-116 (Brazil)
    As a federal highway of Brazil, BR-116 is well traveled as it spans the eastern coast of the tropical country. Being the longest completely paved road in the nation it would seem a likely candidate for the safest as well. Unfortunately, this conclusion assumes too much. This highway is consistently jam-packed with truckers and unstable weather conditions paired with a winding, curvy road make this route a nightmarish obstacle course for the average driver. To worsen the matter, police seldom patrol BR-116 and crimes involving human trafficking and armed gangs are a frequent, unanswered evil along the highway. All around, this is not a road you want to be stuck on. Even with a fully paved road, this path on BR-116 is certainly more trouble than it's worth.

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  • 9 Most Dangerous Roads in the World


    These are the 9 most dangerous roads in the world. They are scary and lethal and they are not for everyone! If you don't like danger then don't drive on these roads!

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    Most Dangerous Roads Around The World

    Roads are dangerous enough with vehically challenged behind the wheel.
    The last thing we need is a treacherous slope over looking a ravine or
    a rickety bridge fit for a horror film. Sadly you can find these
    failures of medieval and modern engineering all around the world.
    Paths that would make the ice road truckers think twice about leaving
    their truck stop.Today we are going to give you several reasons as to
    why airtravel is much safer than driving.

    Atlantic Ocean Road

    The words ocean road might bring about pictures of a scenic and
    peacful ride down the coast but the Atlantic Ocean Road is quite the
    opposite. This is a 5.2 mile country road located in Norway that runs
    from southwest of Kristiansund and ends north of Molde.

    Bayburt Of Yolu-D915

    The Bayburt Of Yolu-D915 or more commonly known as the D915 might be
    the most dangerous road in the world. Located in the Trabzon Province
    of Turkey this road barely qualifies as a road.

    Death Road

    At least this road doesn't try to hide its treachery with a flowery
    name or ambiguous numbers. Death Road located in the Yungas region of
    Bolivia is one of the most famous dangerous roads in the world. This
    43 mile road connects La Paz and Coroico.

    Piste de Jaffar

    While it is not an Alladin villain it might as well be with the
    treachery that surrounds this road. The Piste de Jaffar leads to a
    natural cirque, or a valley created by glacial erosion, called the
    Cirque de Jaffar.

    Fairy Meadows Road

    Once again a slope of death has been shrouded in flowery verbiage. As
    I am sure you are aware by now, don't let the name fool you into
    thinking that driving down this road will be anything like a fairy

    Inferno Mürren downhill

    If you are looking for some down hill slopes to die on it is only
    natural that you go to the most famous ski destination in the world,
    The Swiss Alps.

    Engineer Pass

    We can assure you that whatever engineer built this pass definitely
    did not go to MIT. This terrible excuse for a road is located in the
    San Juan Mountains in Colorado.

    Skippers Canyon

    Skippers Canyon is not only one of the most dangerous roads in the
    world but also one of the most interesting roads because of its
    century and half history. Located on New Zealand's southern island
    16.5 mile road is one of the greatest feats of 19th century
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    and finally for those with gephyrophobia, you wont want to be crossing the Eshima Ohashi bridge in Japan. That's because images that have surfaced online make this cable style bridge look like a humongous slip and slide for cars.

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    5. Karakoram Highway Pakistan
    Would you really wanna drive on this road, with the feeling that a giant boulder is about to crush your car at any moment? Probably not! This is nicknamed the friendship highway, and was made to connect China with Pakistan. It was a difficult task to construct this road, due to the fact that it winds through the unforgiving terrains at an astounding elevation of about 14000 feet. The road is mainly unpaved and there’s little barriers to keep your car from flying off the cliff! It’s also prone to extreme landslides and floods. A large section of it was in fact damaged by a landslide earlier this year in 2016. Despite the challenges of driving on this road, it was still a rather impressive engineering feat and some refer to it as the 8th wonder of the world! The site of the road also has some historical value to it, being similar route to a route between China and the middle east, known as the Silk Road. Adventure seekers often enjoy mountain biking in this area but is still off limits to Western Countries

    4. Zoji La Mountain Pass
    Located not too far away in the disputed region between India and Pakistan of Kashmir, lies an extremely dangerous road that's 11,500 feet above sea level. It’s said to be one of the most dangerous mountain passes in the world since it’s quite narrow, with absolutely no barriers. The region is affected by heavy winds, snowfall. Without it, the people of the region Ladakh would be entirely closed off from the rest of India. This land plays a strategic importance between disputes with India and Pakistan and there’s a large presence of Indian military in the region. Indian government encourages tourism to this area for its natural beauty but in 2012, 11 tourists were killed when their vehicles drove off the side of the road and fell into a gorge. Maybe they should build a barrier!

    3. Newell Highway Australia
    Some roads can be dangerous, not just because of potential accidents but also because it might be haunted! A road in Australia, goes through a forest that’s allegedly home to some paranormal activity. Before a paved road was built, many told tales of walking down the road with their sheep, and never being seen again. Aboriginals say that it’s an evil land with cursed souls are sent to wander. A real woman known to truckers as the Pilliga Princess would often hitch rides and walk around in the area. But one night in 1993, someone didn’t see her and she was killed by an oncoming truck. Some claim, it wasn’t an accident and she ran into the truck like she was possessed with a demon. People to this day, often claim to see a woman in white in complete darkness, still strolling the area. Could this be her lost soul?

    2. Shades of Death Road
    This kinda sounds like somewhere you may want to avoid. This 7 mile two lane road, is found the rural county of Warren New Jersey is home to many myths and legends that would lead you to believe it’s quite dangerous. The large amount of trees in this area, basically blocks the sun and even during the brightest day, you may still need to turn your lights on. In the dark forests near the road, were supposedly bandits who’d hide there who would sneak up on unsuspecting cars, killing the drivers and taking their belongings. Angry mobs would then lynch these bandits on trees in the dark forest. It also runs right past what locals call “Ghost Lake” which gets it’s nickname for the ghost like fog it gives off. Many legends about this place exist, including indian burial sites, unexplainable car crashes, vicious man eater cats and this abandoned cabin nearby that was reportedly home to brutal murders. It’s probably best not to find out if these are only legends.

    The Bolivian Death Road
    It seems impossible to finish this video without including the infamous Bolivian Death Road, where only the bravest will survive. This extremely narrow dirt road, is carved into the side of a mountain. No guardrails, no streetlights, constant landslides, and texting while driving might result in your car flying 2000 feet into the valley. When oncoming traffic arrives, the two cars have to carefully maneuver to get by each other. In the 1990’s the road got its nickname for the reoccurring accidents that took place on a consistent basis. Extreme bikers take the chance and enjoy the breathtaking views but they should really watch themselves!

  • 7 Most Dangerous Roads In The World


    There are some roads that test the skill, and courage, of any driver. Whether it's hairpin bends, sheer mountain drops or roads through war zones, here are some of the world's most dangerous roads.

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    6.GUOLIANG Tunnel Road, China
    5.The Zoji Pass, India
    4.Old Yungas Road, Bolivia

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    What makes a road an adventure? Narrow gravel tracks perched precipitously on mountainsides certainly up the ante. As do roads so far away from civilisation that taking survival supplies is mandatory. Then there are routes that you must time right, or you’ll wish you’d taken a boat instead.

    Karakoram Highway
    Where: Pakistan
    Altitude: 4,700m
    Fun fact: Highest paved road in the world
    It's the road to paradise – if you like exploring the mountains, that is. It's also the road David Lama took on his way to climb Masherbrum, regarded as one of the world's hardest alpine climbs.

    North Yungas Road
    Where: Bolivia
    Altitude: 4,650m
    Risk: Going off the edge
    The very good news about this dirt road is that you don’t have to take it. Back in the ’90s before an alternative and safer road was built, it was identified as the most extremely dangerous road in the world. Only thrill-seeking adventurers use it now. The thin road climbs jungle-clad mountains to a height of 4,650m, winding and turning all the while with nauseatingly deep canyons below.

    Dalton Highway
    Where: Fairbanks, Alaska
    Length: 666 km (seriously)
    Risk: You need to bring food and survival supplies
    Feel like getting away from civilization? Then this is the highway for you. Few roads in the world offer the degree of isolation as The James W. Dalton Highway. Make sure you pack plenty of supplies because there are only three villages along this 666km road through the wilderness.

    Guoliang Tunnel Road
    Where: China
    Why it's weird: It's a mere 4m wide through various tunnels
    Risk: Tight driving
    Probably one the most famous tunnels in the world, the 1.2km long, 4m wide Guoliang Tunnel Road requires monk-like focus to drive. Even one mistake, locals say, means big trouble in little China.

    Tianmen Mountain Road
    Where: China
    Number of turns: 99
    Risk: Did you see the picture?
    Located in China’s fantasy world-like Tianmen Mountain National Park, this road has 99 bends as it winds 11km up to an elevation of 1,300m.

    Zojila Pass
    Where: India
    Altitude: 3,500m
    Risk: altitude, livestock
    This strip of rock is not the place for a Sunday drive. It’s better suited to a Mars Rover than any manned vehicle. It’s 9km long, about 3,500m above sea level and provides an important link between Ladakh and Kashmir.

    Rohtang Pass
    Where: India
    Drivable season: May to November
    Risk: landslides
    The Rohtang sits at about 4,000m over India. It’s only open from May to November and is so dangerous the Government of India is building an 8.8km tunnel as an alternative.

    Passage de Gois
    Where: France
    Altitude: sometimes a metre below sea level
    Risk: does your car have a snorkel?
    Pack an inflatable boat for driving this 4.3km road because just say for some crazy reason you mix up the tide times, then – like vehicles in the past – you might disappear beneath the salty brine.

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