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These are the most dangerous roads are easy to take the life, will you dare to try
January 25 2019, 3:30 PM
Just thinking about the crooked and the abyss is enough to scare us!

Just thinking about the crooked and the abyss is enough to scare us!

Not all of the roads in the world are flat, and some roads do not even have a railing; they are wandering through cliffs. Many people have died on these dangerous roads.

Here are dangerous roads in the world, if you do not have enough driving experience, the best way is to stay away from the accident.

  1.  North Yungas, Bolivia

Known as the El Camino de la Muerte, North Yungas is renowned for its majestic scenery and deadly accidents due to its narrow, 40-mile, narrow, winding, no barrier, deep pool and limited vision.

  1. Jalalabad-Kabul Road, Afghanistan

This road is a highway linking eastern Kabul and Jalalabad in Afghanistan. Since many traffic accidents have occurred on this route, it is known as the most dangerous road in the world.

  1. James Dalton Highway, Alaska, USA

James W. Dalton Highway, commonly known as the Dalton Highway in Alaska. It starts at the Elliott Highway, north of Fairbanks and ends at Deadhorse near the Arctic Ocean where the Prudhoe Bay oilfields are located.

Going on this famous route, you will have to cope with freezing temperatures, slippery ice, strong winds, steep slopes, wildlife, limited visibility and many other difficulties.

  1. Karakoram Expressway, Pakistan

The 1,290 km Karakoram Expressway connects Pakistan with China. The legendary route of Pakistan lies at an altitude of 4,600 meters above sea level. Landslides, rising cliffs, snowstorms and sudden altitude changes (drunk) make this a challenging place to live with the drivers.

  1. Guoliang Tunnel, China

The Guoliang Tunnel is carved along and across a mountain in China. This road connects the village of Guoliang to the outside through the Taihang Mountains located in Huixian, Xinxiang, Henan Province. This road is located on the side of a raised cliff, if you look out from the car window, it will be a deep hole that will make you feel your heart beat.

  1. Zoji Pass, India

Zoji La is often referred to as the Zoji Pass in foreign media, a high mountain located in Jammu and Kashmir, India, along the 1D National Highway linking Srinagar and Leh in the western Himalayas. This road is narrow, no railing on both sides. In the past many years, many cars have crashed on this pass. However, this is the only road that connects with the outside of the remote area along the mountain so that even though dangerous, people still have to walk on the pass road.

  1. Skippers Canyon Road, New Zealand

Skippers Canyon is a historic canyon, 22 km in length, located north of Queenstown. The road passes through many valleys and icy terrain, narrow and rugged.

  1. Los Caracoles Road, Chile

Los Caracoles lies on the Andes, connecting Argentina with Chile. This road is often clogged by harsh weather, along with many harsh or steep sections.

  1. Stelvio Pass, Italy

Stelvio Pass is a mountain pass in northern Italy, at an elevation of 2,757 meters above sea level. It is the highest mountain in the eastern Alps.

  1. Taroko Gorge Road, Taiwan

This is one of the most dangerous roads in Taiwan. Taroko Gorge is a narrow road with curves and corners that fold through cliffs and mountains. On rainy days, a lot of rocks fall down causing people to go on this road in danger.

  1. Sichuan-Tibet Expressway, China

Sloping limes, bad roads, dizzying elevations, distracting beauty, diminishing drivers and steep slopes make this a difficult challenge even for the driver.

  1. Ma Phi Leng Pass – Ha Giang, Vietnam

A long line of about 20 km at an altitude of 1200 m, Ma Pi Leng Pass belongs to the Dong Van Rock Plateau – a rocky region formed from Devonian to Pecmi, connecting Ha Giang, Dong Van and Meo Vac District. This pass is famous for the winding road winding from mountain to mountain. This is probably the reason why travelers often call Ma Leng as the king of the most dangerous road in Vietnam.

Although traveling on these roads is extremely dangerous, it is also the only way to connect remote areas to the outside world. Perhaps this is also a holy experiment that nature wants people to overcome

Source: Collect




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