Being able to cross these roads, drivers not only need driving skills but also a strong heart to reach their destination.
Below is the list of some of the roughest terrain on the planet.
1. Skardu Road Pass Road
The Skardu Road Pass Road located in Gilgit, Baltistan, Pakistan. The road is 167.372m long with an elevation of 1,149m.
2. North Yungas Road
North Yungas Road is the route from La Paz to Coroico, Bolivia. In 2006, it was estimated that 200 to 300 tourists died when they crossed the road. In the rainy season, rain and mist can interfere with vision and flowing water can cause the road flood in the mud.
3. St. Gotthard Pass
Gotthard Pass or St. Gotthard Pass is a mountain pass in the Alps traversing the Saint-Gotthard Massif and connecting northern and southern Switzerland at 2,106 m (6,909 ft).
4. The road along Lake Thun and winding around the rocky mountains of Switzerland.
This is the route along Lake Thun and winding around the rocky mountains of Switzerland. To enjoy the beautiful scenery here, you will have to cross many slopes, turns, and tunnels.
5. Route between Ladkh and Kashmir Valley
This pass between Ladakh and Kashmir Valley is at an altitude of 3,528m above sea level. Although the road to Zoji La is narrow, it is still enough space for two cars to go in the opposite direction.
6. Guoliang Tunnel
The Guoliang Tunnel was built inside a mountain in China by villagers who lived in there in the 1970s to prevent cars from falling into the mountains. You must be careful because the width of the path is only 3.9m.
7. Taroko Gorge
The Taroko Gorge in Taiwan is dangerous not only because of the terrain but also that hurricanes and tornadoes frequently happens and can wipe out everything in the canyon, causing a slump.
8.Paso de Los Caracoles
“Paso de Los Caracoles” means “road snail” in Spanish is a road that looks like shells with sharp bends.
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